Watch Dogs 2 will use Denuvo, Ubisoft guarantees the game will run smoothly
Watch Dogs 2 is a challenging game that lets you play as Marcus, a brilliant young hacker, and join the most notorious hacker group, DedSec. Your objective: execute the biggest hack of history and take down ctOS 2.0, an invasive operating system being used by criminal masterminds to monitor and manipulate citizens.
The game allows you to hack into every connected device and take control of the city. You can hack people to manipulate them and unleash new massive hacks. You will get access to advanced hacking possibilities so that you can become one of the most feared hackers in history.
When it comes to the Watch Dogs 2 game itself, hackers will definitely have a hard time breaking its security. Ubisoft confirmed that Watch Dogs 2 will use an anti-tamper solution by Denuvo. The company guarantees that the game’s overall performance won’t be affected by Denuvo’s tools.
Watch Dogs 2, like all Ubisoft PC games, will use an anti-tamper solution by Denuvo. Watch Dogs 2 requires a one-time online activation upon installation — an industry standard practice — and then can be played offline. […]Denuvo’s anti-tamper has no perceptible effect on game performance. For further information, please refer to www.denuvo.com
Watch Dogs 2 potential customers quickly reacted to this piece of news and there’s even a Steam forum thread named “Denuvo=No buy“. Gamers accuse Denove of using anti-consumer practices, and fear Watch Dogs 2 won’t run properly because of the presence of these anti-hacking solutions.
Remember stay safe don’t buy Denuvo game – especially when it kills SSD and over priced. If you’re so desperate buy WD2 when it’s on 90% discount in summer sale.
Do you think Denuvo is going to ruin the Watch Dogs 2 gaming experience? Are you still planning to purchase the game?
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