Denuvo is an almost unanimously hated name in the video game world.
Denuvo is an anti-piracy software implemented into games to protect initial sales of the game from piracy. Among gamers, Denuvo is known for create tons of issues when running PC games.
While most publishers are continuing to implement the dreaded DRM service despite public outcry, Capcom seems to be taking the smart approach the matter at least.
At launch, Resident Evil 7 included Denuvo DRM, but as of today the service has been fully removed from the game.
This update comes as a surprise to many as there was no indication that it was going to be removed beforehand.
Fans of Capcom’s are now currently in hopes that they will remove Denuvo from other titles such as Monster Hunter: World. Realistically, that isn’t going to happen any time soon, but who knows what Capcom might do.
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