It appears that Denuvo has been working on a new version of its anti-tamper tech, especially after what happened with Resident Evil 7. Resident Evil 7 used the latest version of Denuvo and was cracked in just five days. As such, some people believed that this was the end of Denuvo. However, it was revealed that the team has completely revamped its anti-tamper tech.
This new version of Denuvo will be used in most future titles. We know for a fact that Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 will be using it, though it remains a mystery whether For Honor, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands and Mass Effect: Andromeda will use this new version of Denuvo.
It will be interesting to see whether this new version of Denuvo will be easily cracked by the scene groups or not.
Denuvo’s anti-tamper tech was able to protect a lot of games from pirates last year. However, a certain group was able to figure out how this tech works and crack it. As such, there have been cracks for a lot of games that are powered even by the latest version of Denuvo.
For Honor releases in a few days, whereas Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands and Mass Effect: Andromeda will release next month. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is planned for an April release.
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