Humankind developers ditch Denuvo due to performance issues

Commercial director and manager Amplitude Studios Romain de Vaubert de Genis announced that the studio has abandoned the use of anti-piracy protection. According to the developer, Denuvo had a negative impact on the performance of the last test build of the game, so the team decided to release Humankind without her.

“Our priority has always been to provide the best experience for the players who buy our games and support us. Denuvo shouldn’t have any impact on the player’s performance experience, and we don’t want to sacrifice quality for you guys.

We believe this is possible with the right integration, which we wanted to test during the Closed Beta. However, we found that the way the protection was integrated is not good enough at this time, and that is not something we can fix before going out. Therefore, we have given up on it. “

Previously, performance issues were found in the computer version Resident evil village… Ultimately, Capcom released a patch that fixes the game’s micro-freezes without removing Denuvo.

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