In an attempt to curb piracy, measures were taken to stop it and Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM was introduced to put an end to piracy. Though it has not yet proven to be successful a lot of AAA titles have recently shown faith by shipping it off with the game.
Resident Evil 2 Remake, Metro Exodus and Far Cry: New Dawn were cracked within one week of their release, so the success of this can be disputed. Though due to the recent Epic Store controversy it has flown under the radar.
Mortal Kombat 11 is the latest game to implement this and the jury is still out Denuvo but the faith shown by developers in this system seems to be strange.
Mortal Kombat X faced a lot of controversies when it was released as it experienced a lot of frame drop issues and the performance of the game wasn’t up to scratch.
NetherRealm Studios’ lead design Paulo Garcia said,
“The people that did the XL version of Mortal Kombat X, where it was dramatically improved, they’re doing this version also, and because they’ve been working with our code engine for the past three years, they’ve actually become a lot faster.”
Here’s hoping that Denuvo software does not become the factor which derails the game from a perfect launch and that all the things go smoothly.
Mortal Kombat 11 is scheduled to launch on 22nd of April 2019 for PS4, PC and Xbox One. Check our Mortal Kombat 11 Wiki Guides for Tips, Tricks and Cheats.