Denuvo DRM removed from Devil May Cry 5

Today Capcom launched an update on steam a few hours ago which removes Denuvo from Devil May Cry 5. The update size is 21.5 MB. It is also reported that the game has dropped its long loading time.

It is not the first time where Capcom removed DENUVO from their games. Capcom has removed denuvo from Resident Evil 7 and few other titles in the past.

Capcom also removed Denuvo from Resident Evil 2 in December 2019 through an update.

In the History section of Devil May Cry 5 on SteamDB, it says

Removed 3rd-Party DRM – Denuvo Anti-tamper, 5 different PC within a day machine activation limit.” At 6:20 UTC on 6th February 2020.

Devil may cry 5 was the first game from Capcom which included a multiplayer mode in a single-player game. Online players could play multiplayer in real-time or through a guest appearance and gameplay recordings. Denuvo was introduced for the purpose of preventing someone from cheating or tampering the game.

But on the opposite side, it had its own issues which led to customer dissatisfaction. At the start Gamers complaint about higher Ram usage, CPU usage, lagging in-game and FPS drop. It turned out Denuvo had some issues while operating.

Soon after the update scene group, CODEX released the cracked version of the game:
Devil May Cry 5-CODEX

Finally, after many complaints and suffering of gamers, today Capcom removed Denuvo-DRM from Devil May Cry 5 and it seemed like a relief for the gamers. As the result shows, the game now feels sharper and loads faster than earlier. The removal of Denuvo also decreased RAM consumption.

Well, all-in-all it is a piece of good news for the gamers.


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