Last week, we informed you about Trials of Mana significantly exceeding Square Enix’s expectations. And today, we are happy to report that the company has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from it.
Trials of Mana came out in April 2020 on the PC, meaning that it took Square Enix four months in order to remove Denuvo. This is definitely great news for JRPG fans who were boycotting the PC version due to this anti-tamper tech.
Trials of Mana is the 3D remake of the hit classic RPG released in 1995 as Seiken Densetsu 3. Players can choose their favorite protagonist and two companions from six different characters. The story will play out in different ways depending on the combination of the protagonist and companions in the party.
Lastly, Square Enix has confirmed that Marvel’s Avengers will be using Denuvo at launch. Thus, it will be interesting to see when – and if – the company will remove it from this upcoming triple-A title!
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