We finally have proof that Atlus isn't completely backwards when it comes to "spoilers" for its games. You may recall that the developer previously placed strict restrictions upon the ways in which people could share footage or screenshots from the likes of Persona 5 — even going as far to disable the PS4's share button in the original release.
At the time, it was at least somewhat understandable — it was a new game (well, outside of Japan) with story twists that could be spoiled fairly easily. However, Atlus repeated the restrictions for Persona 5 Royal, and did it again for the recent re-release. These restrictions basically prevented streamers or other content creators from showing certain sections of the game.
Simply put, it was an archaic way of doing things, and fans have been wondering whether similar restrictions would be imposed on the upcoming remasters of Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden. Fortunately, Atlus seems to have come to its senses, and won't be so strict with these older titles.
It shouldn't really come as a surprise, given Persona 3 is 17 years old and Persona 4 is just two years younger, but this is Atlus we're talking about. All the company asks is that if you do plan on sharing your experience publicly, you mark spoilers where necessary (as reported by Persona Central).
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