Although it has not proved effective on more than one occasion, the guys at MachineGames have decided to use Denuvo anti-piracy technology for their next upcoming title, Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Confirmation came from the product’s Steam page, which clearly indicates the presence of the DRM.
Also, RAGE 2, one of Bethesda’s most recent titles, was protected by Denuvo at debut. However, the anti-tamper software managed to withstand a few days of pirate attacks, which immediately found a way around it. Not surprisingly, in a short time, Avalanche Studios and id Software have opted for the complete removal of Denuvo from RAGE 2.
At the same time, it is fair to point out that the latest version of the software has not yet been cracked. The year 1800 resists for three months, Mortal Kombat 11 and Total War Three Kingdoms from two and Octopath Traveler from one. Even this iteration will probably fall sooner or later, but in the meantime, it has succeeded in protecting the aforementioned games in the period of maximum exploitation. Will he also be able to safeguard Wolfenstein: Youngblood? We’ll find out in a few weeks: the cooperative FPS starring William B.J.’s daughters Blazkowicz will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 26th.