IncGamers has received a statement from Denuvo co-founder Robert Hernandez, denying that Grand Theft Auto V will make any use of his company’s DRM system.
They better use something because the hackers are coming for it like sharks coming for a stuck bleeding pig in the ocean. Gtav is the Super Bowl for hackers and anything less than an armed guard standing next to everyone's Pc making sure they don't pirate gtav isn't gonna stop these guys from hacking it to death.
I will gladly lay down cash for this one. Been a while since I sailed the high seas, but Rockstar deserves my money. Again.
wtf are you talking about? Every single pc game has been cracked since the beginning of time. GTA5 will be no exception. The DRM companies are actually scamming developers. Every new PC game is torrentable within days after release.
Supposedly Lords of the fallen hasn't been cracked yet.
Just did a quick search. It has been cracked since last week.
@Eamon Lords of The Fallen nor FIFA 15 have been cracked yet. They will be in time, but whatever search you did provided you with false information.
Oh wait, you're actually correct. There was a crack that wasn't working. I take back what I said. Apparently this new DRM might be a game-changer that hasn't been seen in like a decade.
Fifa 15 is still not cracked.
diablo iii is another one that doesn't work properly
Can't wait to crack open the game :P
I'll wait and see before I take a chance on throwing my money away. Wouldn't be the first time devs, publishers, drm companies, etc have lied to gamers.
They never said they were. They said they were using a new DRM form. They mentioned that a few people that worked on Denuvo DRM were on the team that created whatever they are using for GTA5. So he's not telling a lie, but there will still be some form of DRM to prohibit piracy obviously.
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