Warner Bros, SEGA and Square Enix have updated the Steam store pages for Gotham Knights, Sonic Frontiers and Valkyrie Elysium, revealing that these three games will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.
Gotham Knights releases on October 21st and we still haven’t gotten its official PC system requirements. At least though we know that the game will support Ray Tracing Reflections & DLSS 2, as well as Intel’s XeSS.
Sonic Frontiers will release on November 8th. The game will be using the Hedgehog Engine 2, and you can find here its PC system requirements. And, since the previous Sonic game suffered from stuttering issues, it will be interesting to see whether this new open-world Sonic game will play smoothly on PC.
Lastly, Valkyrie Elysium is coming to PC on November 11th. For what it’s worth, Square Enix has not revealed yet the game’s PC system requirements. Interestingly enough, the remaster of Tactics Ogre, Tactics Ogre: Reborn, may not have Denuvo.
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