Pirate Scene Group 3DM Suspends Cracks In Order To Measure PC Sales, Denuvo Too Powerful To Be Cracked?

Pirate scene group 3DM, best known for cracking earlier versions of Denuvo, has announced that it will stop releasing cracks for single-player games this year. According to 3DM’s leader, Bird Sister, this is done in order to measure the impact of cracks on PC sales, however we are certain that Denuvo played a huge part in this decision as well.

As Bird Sister claimed:

“We just had an internal meeting. Starting at the Chinese New Year, 3DM will not crack any single-player games.”

Bird Sister concluded that  the group will take a look at the situation in a year’s time to see if genuine sales have grown.

Back in January, 3DM stated that the latest version of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech was making things really difficult for them. In fact, it was/is so difficult to crack this latest version of Denuvo that the group’s cracking guy almost gave up his attempts.

We are pretty sure that the latest version of Denuvo played a big part in 3DM’s decision to suspend its attempts at cracking single-player games.

All in all, the latest version of Denuvo seems to be doing a great job as it has not been cracked yet. And due to its success, we expect more and more developers implementing it in their games.

John Papadopoulos

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