Square Enix and 2K Games have removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands and Star Ocean: The Divine Force.
Surprisingly enough, this is the second game in the same week in which 2K Games removed the controversial anti-tamper tech. A couple of days ago, the publisher removed Denuvo from New Tales from the Borderlands.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands came out in June 2022, whereas Star Ocean: The Divine Force was released in October 2022. So, in other words, it took 2K Games and Square Enix ten and six months, respectively, in order to remove Denuvo from their games.
Square Enix has removed Denuvo from a number of its latest PC releases. For instance, The Diofield Chronicle, VALKYRIE ELYSIUM and TRIANGLE STRATEGY are no longer using it.
As we’ve already reported, Capcom has also removed Denuvo from Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin and Resident Evil Village. Additionally, Warner Bros has removed it from Mortal Kombat 11. And let’s not forget Bandai Namco who removed it from NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER.
Let’s now hope that Deep Silver and Bethesda will, one day, remove Denuvo from Ghostwire: Tokyo and Dead Island 2!