Square Enix and EIDOS Montreal have released a new patch that removes Denuvo from Marvel’s Avengers. As such, PC gamers can now play this Marvel game with faster loading times than before (at least when launching the game).
To be honest, this does not really surprise us. After all, Square Enix has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from multiple games.
In 2019, the publisher removed Denuvo from Life is Strange: Before the Storm and Octopath Traveler. Then, in 2020, Square Enix removed it from Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age, DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 and Trials of Mana. And while Guardians of the Galaxy will launch with Denuvo, we are certain that it will be eventually removed.
As always, Steam will download this latest update for Marvel’s Avengers the next time you launch its client. This update is 1.8GB in size and adds New Multiplayer Mission Chains and Fragment Extractors. You can also find its complete changelog here.
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