Recently, Capcom released a small update that removed one of the features that made players extremely annoying so far.
Capcom recently rolled out a small update to the PC version of its Resident Evil Village title, which finally removed the Denuvo DRM anti-piracy software that came with the game. Despite the continued backlash from players, the implementation of the Denuvo feature in titles has increased dramatically over the past few years, with most AAA game makers typically releasing games with the software. This runs in the background in parallel built into the application.
The removal of anti-piracy software was not announced by Capcom in advance, through notes from updates or social media posts, but instead, it was quietly implemented under form is a small update. Shortly after the update was released, the appearance of the Resident Evil Village store page on Steam was updated with a notice regarding the Denuvo feature being removed from the game.
If you don’t know, Denuvo rarely affects the performance of the game and even if it does, the impact it has on the player’s experience is very small, almost barely noticeable. However, many cases related to operating Denuvo in the background of the game cause many major problems such as a strong impact on the performance and stability of the game is not without.
Resident Evil Village is one of the games affected by the installation of Denuvo. However, with the game’s recent update, which comes in at 38.5MB, the anti-piracy software has finally been removed from the game. The removal of Denuvo was not mentioned in the game’s update notes but was noticed by players who saw the game’s current file size drop significantly (622 MB to 209 MB).
With the removal of Denuvo from Resident Evil Village, gamers who love the Resident Evil and Resident Evil Village series will finally be able to play the game without the restriction of arbitrary code running in the background and bottlenecking performance. performance of the game. The implementation of anti-piracy and DRM measures has seen a huge surge in the past few years.
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Even so, games are still regularly cracked, sometimes within days of their release on PC. Resident Evil Village is one of the few games where players noticed a significant improvement in performance in the cracked version. Although Capcom has released an update that somewhat mitigates the impact of Denuvo, it is still not as stable as the pirated version.
The removal of Denuvo can be said to be good news for gamers who have spent money to buy the game because now they will be able to experience the game without worrying about the performance of the game being affected by the changes. errors that they themselves are aware of but cannot fix anymore.
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