Recently, it was confirmed that Atlus has disabled the share feature for Persona 5 on PlayStation 4. This restriction will not let players share contents showing their progress past August 7 in the game's calendar. Apparently, there are lots of ways to bypass this restriction. However, it appears that players would require some external drives to share this content.
On the official post of Atlus, it stated the terms of sharing the game's content. It is said that players could only share events and content before August 7 in Persona 5 game calendar. In addition, players are only allowed to record the first boss fight and no other boss fights in the game. As explained on the terms, sharing Persona 5 contents beyond the August 7 would suspend the YouTube and Twitch accounts of the responsible players.
On the other hand, the Share button on PlayStation 4 is currently not working. This causes fans to forcefully find alternatives or simply just stay silent regarding their progress in the game. By this, it helps the public to avoid tons of spoilers.
Thankfully, there are many alternatives about recording gameplay of Persona 5. The report says that sharing is possible as long as the player has a way to connect it via the PC. Eventually, players can use the Remote Play Feature of PlayStation 4 on PC to be able for them to play the game on another platform. While on the PC, they can now use several software in recording their progress. Additionally, taking in-game screenshots could also be done through this process.
Another way to record these contents is using the players' smartphones though the lighting might look too unnatural. Meanwhile, players are noted to consider Atlus' warnings in doing these things.
Persona 5 is scheduled for a worldwide release on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.