Back 4 Blood feature

Back 4 Blood will be now using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

Warner Bros has updated the Steam store page for Back 4 Blood, revealing that the game will be now using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Back 4 Blood will release on October 12th and its Steam store page had not included Denuvo when its pre-orders went live earlier this Summer.

Back 4 Blood is a co-op first-person shooter in which players will experience the intense 4 player co-op narrative campaign, competitive multiplayer as human or Ridden, and frenetic gameplay that keeps you in the action. Players will choose from 8 customizable Cleaners, one of the immune survivors, and a range of lethal weapons and items. Additionally, they will strategize against an ever-evolving enemy.

The game will also have a competitive PvP mode. Players can switch between playing as a Cleaner with special perks and the horrific Ridden. Both sides will come with unique weapons, abilities, and specialties.

Now since this game is mainly a multiplayer title, I don’t really see what’s the reason for including Denuvo. Do Turtle Rock Studios and Warner Bros think that PC gamers will prefer playing it with bots? Then again, this isn’t the only multiplayer-focused game that uses Denuvo.

But anyway, the PC version will aksi support uncapped framerates, resolutions up to 4K, and NVIDIA’s DLSS tech. Furthermore, the game will support cross-play between PC and consoles.

Stay tuned for more!

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