Syberia 3’s latest update removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

Microids has issued a new update for Syberia 3 that, among other things, removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Syberia 3 was powered by the latest version of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. However, the game was partially cracked by a ‘certain person.’ As such, Microids decided to completely remove it from the game.

Now we don’t know whether this was done on purpose or by accident. Let’s not forget that an update for CONAN: Exiles did the very same thing and its development team issued a hotfix in order to re-implement the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.

For the time being, Denuvo is not present at all in the latest version of Syberia 3.

This new patch for Syberia 3 also improves overall performance, improves and corrects atmosphere and lighting, corrects various crashes when launching the game, and extends game compatibility with PC controllers.

Here is the complete changelog for Syberia 3’s latest update.

  • Corrected crash when the game launched
  • Improved performance
    – On some machines only, the game was a bit jerky throughout. We corrected this problem.
  • Added C++ Redistributable 2010 & 2012 installation
  • Improved how achievements are unlocked
  • Improved voice/sub-title synchronization during certain cut-scenes (all languages)
  • Corrected a problem with the hospital lobby camera, which occasionally locked
  • Added a phrase by Kurk during the attack by the monster on the Krystal.
  • Corrected various display bugs on the Krystal (clipping, etc.)
  • Corrected various bugs in the theme park. Sometimes the stairs were a bit of a problem
  • Improved and corrected atmosphere and lighting
  • Corrected a bug where the music stopped when you went back to the main menu
  • Improved and corrected text in Polish, Korean, and Czech
  • Extended game compatibility with PC controllers (dual sticks)

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