The latest version of Denuvo used in Watch Dogs Legion has been cracked to make the game performance smoother.
Most of us gamers can understand why studios and publishers would want to protect their intellectual property with third-party software, especially when it comes to game cracking or cheating in games. multiplayer mode. However, since software like Denuvo often negatively affects many games, gamers are more inclined to oppose such anti-crack software. Although studios have begun to tend to remove Denuvo from titles after its release, it looks like it will still be around. The thing is for games like Watch Dogs Legion, the latest version of the software appears to be cracked.
According to a recent report from DSO Gaming, Denuvo’s V10.0 used in Ubisoft’s 2020 release Watch Dogs Legion has in fact been cracked. Who it was cracked by, the report does not say, but this could improve the game’s performance, especially when the game has four other layers of security. Although there is also an opinion that this crack will not actually remove the DRM software but just bypass it, but at least this will help gamers who are not fans of Denuvo feel comfortable. than.
Watch Dogs Legion is often considered one of the best open world games set in a modern city. However, upon release, benchmark tests showed that mid-range PC systems had performance issues with the game. While there may still be some debate on this, a lot of gamers point out that Denuvo is the cause of low frame rates in new games, even on PCs that can run them darkly. superior. Previous reports have shown that games that remove DRM software, whether officially or illegally, have improved performance. Examples in that case include Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Resident Evil Village.
In the past, Ubisoft has blamed third-party software for frame stuttering on PC, not Denuvo. Such claims were ridiculed by gamers and proved that there is some correlation between improved performance and the removal of Denuvo, so it is difficult for many people to accept the claims. by Ubisoft.
Watch Dogs Legion released in October 2020 was generally well received from critics, with an overall average score of 71.6 on Metacritic. Surely game lovers who are experiencing performance issues, even with official updates, will be happy to know that there is a way to work around this anti-crack technology for a better gaming experience. better games.
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