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Denuvo Claims Its DRM Does Not Hinder Gaming Performance

According to an Ars Technica report, Denuvo claims that its Digital Rights Management (DRM) software does not affect the performance of games that utilize it. Steve Huin, video game COO of Irdeto, which owns Denuvo, told Ars that the company is well aware of its reputation in the gaming industry, but that game performance isn’t impacted by the titles that support its service. He said he would assure gamers that it would take development time to make it work. DRM.

Denuvo is a very popular DRM among publishers and has had great success in recent years in preventing pirates and gamers from tampering with their supported titles. But that didn’t stop the dislike of the gaming community. Denuvo has an incredibly bad reputation in the gaming community for hampering game performance and breaking mods.

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