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No crack for Borderlands 3: a month after the launch, the DRM Denuvo continues to resist

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The new version of Denuvo, the anti-tamper adopted by the homonymous company to protect the sales launch of Borderlands 3, he has been successful. A month after the release of the ambitious shooter open-world Gearbox, in fact, the DRM used for the PC version of Borderlands 3 has not yet been violated.

In spite of the criticisms frequently programmers to Denuvo for the impact that the DRM seems to have on the performance of PC games that use it, the system anti-tamper Borderlands 3 has contributed to stopping piracy in the delicate period of marketing of the looter-shooter from Gearbox Software. To determine this result, according to some, it was also the choice of the company, headed by Randy Pitchford to launch Borderlands 3 exclusively on the Epic Games Store, “forcing” so that fans to buy only the PC version is protected by DRM Denuvo.

According to what declared by the manufacturer of the Gearbox Anthony Nicholson, the exclusive Epic Store, Borderlands 3 would have also allowed the company to reach many more users, and this without considering the advantage represented by the non-arrival of crack cocaine on the illegal channels of piracy.

As is reported by the colleagues of DSOGaming, the latest versions of the DRM Denuvo seem to offer a level of security much higher than that of the previous editions: among the PC gaming continue to be protected effectively by the famous and talked-system anti-tamper switch, include the Year 1800 (for six months) and Mortal Kombat 11, but also eFootball PES 2020 and FIFA 20.

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