Borderlands 3 feature

Gearbox has removed Denuvo from Borderlands 3

Gearbox has released a new patch for Borderlands 3 that removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from it. As such, PC gamers – who boycott games using Denuvo – can finally purchase this game on Steam.

Borderlands 3 is currently available on both Steam and Epic Games Store, and support cross-play between them.

In August 2020, Take-Two stated that the game had passed its 10 million goal, selling 10.5 million units on all platforms. Borderlands 3 also had a successful launch, with concurrent players twice as high as Borderlands 2’s all-time peak.

For Borderlands 3, Gearbox partnered with AMD. As such, this was one of the first games that supported AMD’s FidelityFX tech. However, the game had optimization issues at launch. Nevertheless, it’s good knowing that the game is currently Denuvo-free on Steam.

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