Sunday, November 28

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Injustice 2 remove Denuvo anti-piracy tech on PC

Denuvo it’s a hot topic these last few weeks. Yesterday we informed you about an error with this polmico antipyratera system which prevented several PC gamers from being able to play certain titles like Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy temporarily, although today we bring you better news. According to DSOG, Electronic Arts has removed Denuvo from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Warner Bros. has done exactly the same for Injustice 2. Removal of Denuvo may represent a noticeable improvement in terms of the performance of both titles, something palpable especially in devices with more modest components.

Compatibility issues with the latest Intel CPUs

As reported by the aforementioned media, the elimination of Denuvo could be due to various compatibility issues that this anti-piracy technology presents with the latest Intel Alder Lake CPUs. Apparently, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order It had some problems loading new areas, a problem that could have been fixed thanks to the removal of Denuvo. According to sources, Warner Bros. could also have removed Denuvo in Mortal Kombat 11, although it is something that we must take with tweezers since it is not confirmed. Notably Fallen Order was launched in 2019 and Injustice 2 in 2017, so it took his companies two and four years respectively to phase out Denuvo.

The elimination of Denuvo by the companies is a trend that seems to have gained momentum in recent weeks. Square Enix recently removed the system in Shadow of the Tomb Raiderwhile Capcom also made this decision in the case of Resident Evil 8: Village. On the other hand, some very recent titles such as Deathloop They also have problems with the use of Denuvo, something that They are investigating from Arkane to try to improve the performance of your PC game.

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