Bethesda has up to date the Steam retailer web page for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, confirming that this new shooter will probably be utilizing the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Bethesda has been recognized for releasing its video games with out Denuvo, so this actually stunned us (and we’re sure that its inclusion might disappoint a lot of avid gamers).
It’s value declaring that the newest model of the Denuvo anti-tamper tech has not been cracked but. Anno 1800 enjoys three months of being protected by it, whereas Mortal Kombat 11 and Complete Struggle Three Kingdoms get pleasure from two months and Octopath Traveller enjoys nearly a month. Sure, this newest model of Denuvo will probably be, ultimately, cracked, nevertheless it has definitely served its function for a number of video games.
It’s additionally value mentioning that Bethesda has been recognized for eradicating the Denuvo anti-tamper tech the second its video games get cracked. After a backlash, the writer eliminated Denuvo from RAGE 2 (particularly since its Bethesda retailer model was Denuvo-free proper from the get-go).
It will likely be attention-grabbing to see what’s going to occur with Wolfenstein: Youngblood, whether or not its Bethesda retailer model will probably be additionally Denuvo-free, and whether or not cracking teams will use that model with a purpose to crack the sport.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood releases on July 26th and will probably be profiting from each real-time ray tracing and NVIDIA’s Adaptive Shading.
Keep tuned for extra!