Tequila Works will remove the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from RiME once, and if, the game is cracked

RiME, a new single-player puzzle adventure game from Tequila Works, has just been released on the PC. However, this game Рand like pretty much almost all the latest PC titles Рis currently using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Still, Tequila Works reassured fans that it will remove this anti-tamper tech once, and if, the game is cracked.

As Tequila Works claimed, it wants to ensure the best gaming experience for RiME players, which is why it chose to use the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Also, the fact that games powered by it are still very hard to be cracked is another reason… at least in our own opinion.

However, and contrary to a lot developers, Tequila Works stated that it will release a Denuvo-free version of RiME, and update existing platforms, once and if the game is cracked.

“I have seen some conversations about our use of Denuvo anti-tamper, and I wanted to take a moment to address it. We have had discussions about Denuvo internally, and one of the key points of all of those discussions have simply been, we want to ensure the best gaming experience for RiME players. RiME is a very personal experience told through both sight and sound. When a game is cracked, it runs the risk of creating issues with both of those items, and we want to do everything we can to preserve this quality in RiME.

We are very committed to this, but also to the simple fact that nothing is infallible. That being said, if RIME is cracked we will release a Denuvo free version of RiME and update existing platforms.”

John Papadopoulos

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