the pirate version smoother than the original, Capcom is preparing a patch

It took 2 months for the pirates to seize Resident Evil Village. Capcom’s flagship title has been available for a few days in a cracked version.

Denuvo protection has given way under the work of various hacker teams, and DRM is again particularly criticized.

Every version of Denuvo is a real challenge for hackers, but DRM isn’t foolproof. Typically, studios and publishers lean towards this DRM for its temporary reliability, just to cover the launch of their games.

However, Denuvo has also been criticized for years for its negative impact on performance, something that the publisher of the protection has been denying en bloc for just as long.

Unfortunately, the Resident Evil Village crack proves that the accusations are legitimate: the pirate version of the game is currently much smoother, with similar configuration and identical settings, compared to the protected version of the game.

Resident Evil VIllage (PS4)

Digital Foundry delivered an unequivocal comparative video on the subject, pointing out the heaviness imposed by Denuvo on the title of Capcom. The number of frames per second, the stability and the bugs fly away as soon as the DRM is removed via the crack, enough to encourage the buyers of the game to install the crack in question even if they have a real license. ..

Faced with the obvious, Capcom has reacted and announced that it is working on a major update that will bring more fluidity to its title and should allow performance to be significantly improved. A somewhat late reaction and under duress which is not to everyone’s taste …

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