Capcom has issued an update for Resident Evil Village that removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from the game. Denuvo is often used by developers to prevent piracy, but it has been known to cause performance issues on certain machines. Capcom’s decision to remove Denuvo could be an attempt to address these issues and improve the overall gaming experience for players. The removal of Denuvo has been confirmed on the game’s Steam store page. It is worth noting that the removal of Denuvo is not expected to have any impact on the game’s content or functionality. It may, however, make it easier for some players to access the game.
Today: December 2, 2023