Mad Max & Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Are Both Powered By Denuvo Anti-Tamper Tech

DSOGaming writes: "A lot of rumours surrounded the release of Mad Max and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain about their DRMs. Well, today we can confirm that both of these titles are using the Denuvo Anti-Tamper technology; a tech that was present in Lords of the Fallen, FIFA 16, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Batman: Arkham Knight."

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Cobain191169d ago

Interesting that both of them run super smooth, even with Denuvo

john21169d ago

Yeap. Goes to show that the performance issues found in previous "Denuvo" games were not caused by it

AnotherProGamer1169d ago

Actually I think this is a updated version of Denuvo

Roccetarius1169d ago

Hmm, seems like MGS has already been cracked, and MM as well. So this only hurts the legit consumer.

DRM is a plague.

john21169d ago

Well at least it's not a performance hog as both of them run great.

gif1169d ago

No,you're wrong they're not cracked yet.

aquaticDonut1169d ago

I mean, it's not really hurting anyone. Have you seen how perfectly it runs on PC?

Unyoked1169d ago

They are both great games

Scatpants1169d ago

So does that mean it was cracked in 20 minutes instead of 15?

Genova841169d ago

Crushing some 4k 60 FPS myself in TPP. So far I'd say it's the best launch of any PC title this year. Probably because there are no Nvidia "GameBreaks" features in it. I have 2 980 TIs and those proprietary features are really cripple performance.

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