Tuesday, 30 May 2017

PC Pirates Are Angry at Rime Developers For Implementing Denuvo DRM

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A group of angry PC pirates on the Steam forums are quite upset about Tequila Works (the main developers) implementing Devuvo Anti-Tamper DRM.  The devlopers made an announcement to the backlash saying this: 

I have seen some conversations about our use of Denuvo anti-tamper, and I wanted to take a moment to address it. We have had discussions about Denuvo internally, and one of the key points of all of those discussions have simply been, we want to ensure the best gaming experience for RiME players. RiME is a very personal experience told through both sight and sound. When a game is cracked, it runs the risk of creating issues with both of those items, and we want to do everything we can to preserve this quality in RiME. 

We are very committed to this, but also to the simple fact that nothing is infallible. That being said, if RIME is cracked we will release a Denuvo free version of RiME and update existing platforms.

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There are some concerns about a game having Denuvo implemented, such as needing to check for a legitimate activation every few minutes resulting stuttering or increase in loading times, Having to always be online, and also keeps games from coming to MacOS or Linux since it is a Windows exclusive DRM.

Denuvo isn't uncrackable. Many games, especially those with high demand, are cracked within 2 months of release. Eventually, Rime will be cracked. The developers should really consider removing it after a week or two just to gain some trust back from PC gamers. After all, the reviews haven't been looking so good.

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