God Eater 3 is now available and does not use the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

Now here is a pleasant surprise. Bandai Namco has just released God Eater 3 on the PC and contrary to Ace Combat 7, the game does not use the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Now I don’t know why this game does not use it and Ace Combat 7 does, however the key point here is that this particular monster hunting game is not plagued by the controversial anti-tamper tech.

Now I strongly suggest purchasing the game if you are interested in this title so that you can support Bandai Namco’s decision to release the game without Denuvo. I mean, that was the whole purpose of boycotting a game using Denuvo, right?

In God Eater 3, players will expand their close-combat armory with the dual-wield God Arc “Biting Edge” and the two-handed moon axe “”Heavy Moon””, or fight from afar with the new “”Ray Gun”” God Arc. The game has Ground, Air, and Step attacks evolve into powerful techniques with Burst Arts, and the new Dive dash attack allows players full freedom of movement to hunt down wandering Aragami.

Moreover, the game features dangerous new foes, Ash Aragami, that can utilize Devours Attacks and enter Burst Mode, increasing their strength exponentially.

It’s worth pointing out that the game currently has Mostly Positive reviews on Steam mainly due to the absence of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech!

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