Square Enix has updated the Steam store page for Forspoken, revealing that the game will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. In addition, the publisher has released a new cinematic trailer that you can find below.
Square Enix has been using Denuvo in most of its recent PC releases. As such, it should not come as a surprise that this new game will be also using it. However, Square Enix has not revealed yet the game’s official PC system requirements.
Forspoken uses the Luminous Engine and will be coming only on current-gen systems. Furthermore, the game will take advantage of DirectStorage on PC.
Square Enix has delayed the game twice so far. The publisher was originally planning to release the game in May 2022. Then, in March 2022, Square Enix delayed it until October 2022. And now, the game will come out on January 24th, 2023.
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