RAGE 2 update removes Denuvo and fixes crashes

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Rage 2 update denuvo removed

RAGE 2 is a sequel to the popular game “Rage” that was released back in 2011. The second version of the video game was released on May 14. This game was released for three different platforms including PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, and Xbox. 

Jason from Bethesda recently announced that Rage 2 is getting a minor PC hotfix. He stated that this release addressed some issues in the current version of the game

Let’s have a look at some major highlights of the latest release.

RAGE 2 update changelog

The developers removed Denuvo DRM from this release. They made this move following numerous requests from the gaming community.

Furthermore, they improved the error reporting mechanism and Enabled Crash Reporter. This release brings some fixes for crash issues affecting Scaleform as well as startup crashes.

Previously, Bethesda.net users were experiencing some language issues. The developers confirmed that these issues are no longer affecting the game. Finally, this release enabled the Razer Chroma effects by default.

More fixes coming your way soon

Jason confirmed that the developers are working to fix some other issues reported on the Steam forums. He encouraged the gaming community to report technical support issues to Bethesda Support

It seems like the developers are really working hard to fix issues faced by gamers. The gaming community welcomed this new released hoping that some other issues will be fixed soon.