Denuvo is a software company that was developed in Austria, and it was released back in 2014. It started off as being employed by 45 people, and soon in 2018, the company, Irdeto, bought the company. Denuvo is a software that gives each game a different kind of authentication to each game, and it utilizes hardware. All this allows the games to be harder to be cracked into, and the first game to use this technology was FIFA 15. Although the games can still be cracked, it still takes crackers a significant amount of time to crack the game. Although this technology is beneficial for many reasons, it is hated by players due to the fact that this software creates a burden on the hardware, which severely affects the performance of games.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force No Longer Has Denuvo DRM On Steam
Star Ocean: The Divine Force no longer appears to have the anti-tampering Denuvo DRM technology in the Steam version.
Resident Evil Village’s New Update Removes Controversial Denuvo On Steam
Capcom has removed the controversial anti-cheat Denuvo from Resident Evil Village, as recently noticed in an update on the Steam version.
Denuvo Suggests Emulation Is Bad; Gets Absolutely Obliterated
Denuvo experienced an avalanche of negativity after they posted a tweet warning about the "dangers of emulation" while promoting their eBook.
Various Games Become Unplayable as Denuvo Servers Go Down
Denuvo has long been one of the most contentious parts of the PC gaming community, with many gamers openly protesting against its use. The DRM is known to cause performance…
Ubisoft Blames Third-Party Applications For Stutters, Not Denuvo
As of recent, Denuvo has been in the news a lot. While many companies, such as Eidos-Montréal and Bandai Namco Entertainment, seem to be removing the anti-tamper technology from their…
Marvel’s Avengers Is No Longer Protected By Denuvo On PC
Denuvo protection has been a controversial debate in the gaming community, recently. Not only does it demand a constant connection to the internet to even play offline games but it…