Deep Silver and 4A Games have just updated the Steam store page of Metro Exodus, revealing that this new Metro game will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Unfortunately, and while the game is available for pre-order and releases in less than a month, the team has not announced yet its PC system requirements.
Both Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux were released on GOG but I’m pretty sure right now that Metro Exodus will not be coming to CD Projekt’s digital service. After all, all GOG releases are DRM-free and I don’t expect Deep Silver to remove Denuvo just so it can release it on GOG.
Still, it will be interesting to see whether Deep Silver and 4A Games will remove this anti-tamper tech once – and if – Metro Exodus gets cracked. It will also be interesting to see whether crackers will be able to crack the game in a week or whether it will take them longer than that.
Metro Exodus is currently scheduled for a February 15th release!