Denuvo Has Been Removed From Ghostwire: Tokyo
PC Gaming News Ghostwire: Tokyo

Denuvo Has Been Removed From Ghostwire: Tokyo

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Bethesda, the renowned game development company, recently made headlines by removing Denuvo anti-tamper technology from the PC version of Ghostwire: Tokyo. This move has sparked a lot of discussion among the gaming community, especially PC gamers who are always on the lookout for performance optimizations.

This decision was made on April 17 and was confirmed by the Steam tracking service SteamDB. Denuvo was initially added to the game last April, more than a year after its original release. The update that introduced Denuvo also brought new story missions, combat abilities, and the intriguing 'Spider's Thread' mode.

For those unfamiliar with Denuvo, it has been a controversial topic in the gaming industry, with some players expressing concerns about its impact on game performance. However, the recent introduction of TraceMark for Gaming by Denuvo aims to address these concerns by providing developers with a tool to trace leaks and identify leakers.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is not the only title that has seen a removal of Denuvo. Tango Gameworks, the studio behind the game, recently released Hi-Fi Rush for Xbox Series X/S and PC, with a PS5 release following shortly after. The departure of studio founder Shinji Mikami has also been a point of interest for fans, as he left Tango Gameworks to establish his new company.


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