Denuvo Expelled From Dishonored 2

Denuvo Expelled From Dishonored 2

Denuvo has become one of the most reliable video game protections up to now. Although it has been successfully broken down many times, but evidence that it can save sales one to two weeks after its release makes it the only anti-piracy software in the world.

Had become a controversy among gamers because of performance problems, most developers generally obey their willingness to delete it. But not a few developers still maintain it even though the game has been hijacked, one of which is Arkane Studios and Bethesda for the game Dishonored 2. Luckily, now the software has been deleted.

Through the announcement of the latest DLC, Death of the Outsider Bethesda and Arkane Studios, add black and white mode complete with mission + that allows you to return to the mission that you have completed with all your abilities. In addition, this free DLC will give you pre-order item pack “Imperial Assassin” just by logging into the account.

Along with the announcement, Bethesda and Arkane Studios apparently also removed Denuvo’s pirated anti-software from Dishonored 2. A step that was considered late, considering the game had been successfully hijacked in advance.

Bethesda is no longer a foreign company for Denuvo removal problems. In 2016 ago, they immediately deleted Denuvo after Doom was successfully hijacked. Uniquely, Prey, who has been broken for a long time, still uses it. It’s not clear why they still maintain it even though the game has been broken down.

Dishonored 2 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can read more news about the game here.