Bandai Namco has removed Denuvo from NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER

Back in 2018, Bandai Namco and Soleil accidentally uploaded a Denuvo-free build of NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER. And now, after four years, the teams have officially removed the anti-tamper tech from the game.

Now I’m not certain whether this is by a mistake or not. After all, the game’s Steam store page still lists Denuvo. Moreover, I’d expect Bandai Namco to remove Denuvo a year or two after the game’s release, and not after four whole years.

But anyway, NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER lets gamers battle as a team of 4 to compete against other teams online. Furthermore, players are able to completely personalise their avatar with all the different costumes, weapons and accessories.

For what it’s worth, the game has Very Positive Reviews on Steam. Moreover, SteamSpy claims that the PC version has sold at least 1 million copies.

Lastly, 2K Games has also removed Denuvo from The Quarry.

Have fun!

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