Capcom has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

It appears that Capcom has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite. Earlier today, the Japanese team released a 10GB update for the PC version of┬áMarvel vs Capcom: Infinite and although there aren’t any release notes yet, users have reported that the Denuvo tech has been removed.

This is also evident from the game’s Steam store page. Prior to this update, the store page listed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. However, right now there is no mention at all of it. Furthermore, users report faster loading times (and as we’ve already reported, Denuvo does have an impact on loading times).

As said, Capcom has not revealed yet the changelog for this new patch. Moreover, we don’t know whether this was done on purpose or by accident, and whether Capcom will release a hotfix in order to re-implement the Denuvo anti-tamper tech or not (we’ve seen this happening in the past in a number of games).

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