A Way Out

Electronic Arts has removed Denuvo from A Way Out

Now here is a pleasant surprise. Electronic Arts has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from its co-op adventure game, A Way Out. EA is not known for removing Denuvo from its older titles. So, this removal does come as a shock.

Developed by Hazelight, A Way Out is a cool co-op adventure. The game lets you play the role of one of two prisoners making their daring escape from prison.

A Way Out is an experience that must be played with two players. Each player controls one of the main characters, Leo and Vincent, in a reluctant alliance to break out of prison and gain their freedom.

The game came out on PC in 2018. It’s also worth noting that it currently has Very Positive Reviews on Steam.

A Way Out did not require a high-end PC system when it came out. An NVIDIA GTX980Ti was able to push over 60fps at 1080p when the game launched. So, it’s safe to say that it will run on a huge range of PC configurations. The game also supports both mouse+keyboard and controllers, and it did not suffer from any mouse acceleration or smoothing issues.

It’s also worth noting that other publishers have also removed Denuvo from some of their games. Bethesda’s Wolfenstein Youngblood and Doom Eternal no longer have it. Warner Bros has also removed it from Mortal Kombat 11. Then we have Bandai Namco who has removed it from Tekken 7 and NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER.

Capcom is also another publisher that has removed Denuvo from its older titles. For instance,  Resident Evil 2 RemakeResident Evil 3 RemakeDevil May Cry 5 and Monster Hunter World no longer have it.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!