Published On: Sun, Jul 9th, 2017

Mass Effect Andromeda Update 1.09 Silently Removes Denuvo Anti-Tamper Tech

Bioware has clearly private a Denuvo Anti-Tamper record from Mass Effect Andromeda by refurbish 1.09.

The Mass Effect Andromeda 1.09 refurbish was expelled by Bioware some days ago. The patch bound several singular actor bugs, and combined new multiplayer calm and features. It seems, however, that a refurbish also private Denuvo from a game. The dismissal of a anti-tamper record wasn’t mentioned in a central patch notes, though it appears that Andromeda isn’t being stable from remoteness by Denuvo as of patch 1.09. Whether a dismissal was conscious is capricious during this point.

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Interestingly, Mass Effect Andromeda refurbish 1.05 apparently enclosed a new Denuvo chronicle to a game.

This isn’t a initial time that a Denuvo tech has been private from a diversion by a post-launch refurbish – Bethesda also private a record from DOOM following a game’s release. According to Denuvo, a anti-tamper tech was private as it had over a purpose.

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“The elementary reason because Denuvo Anti-Tamper was private from Doom was because it had achieved a purpose by gripping a diversion protected from robbery during a initial sales window,” Denuvo’s Robert Hernandez told Kotaku behind in Dec of 2016. “The insurance on Doom held adult for scarcely 4 months, that is an considerable fulfilment Hernandez for such a high-profile game.”

Mass Effect Andromeda is accessible now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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