Contributed by: Jeff Rivett (site admin) Friday, April 28 2017 @ 10:16 AM PDT
Denuvo ain't dead yet. The company keeps fighting to stay relevant in the world of software copy protection, but it's a losing battle.
A few weeks ago, a new version of Denuvo -- created to combat recent progress by DRM crackers -- was used to 'protect' the new game 2Dark. Within a month, that game's DRM was defeated[*1] . This victory was especially sweet for DRM opponents, because 2Dark's developer had earlier stated that the game would not use any form of DRM.
Keep fighting, Denuvo. This is entertaining.