Capcom makes ‘adjustments’ to anti-piracy tech used in Resident Wickedness Village

Recap: Whenever a game cracking team forced out a pirated version including Resident Evil Village 10 days ago that was stripped of all DRM protection, it was readily detectable that Capcom’s implementation on Denuvo alongside its own anti-tamper technology was causing despair for players on the PERSONAL PC. Fortunately, it didn’t take Capcom long to act on the intel.

The developer furthermore publisher recently updated my Steam version of Citizen Evil Village by adding support for FidelityFX Amazing Resolution (FSR) , a great upscaling technology from AMD that serves as its solution to Nvidia’s DLSS. Capcom farther said that adjustments have been designed to optimize the anti-piracy advances used in the game, but did not elaborate on what exactly was modified (or removed).

We have not yet had a chance to analyze if Capcom’s changes are enough to put the stuttering problem to rest, but at minimum we now know for certain that they are aware of the problem and are attempting to fix it. Have you ever had a chance to play there with the latest update? If, has the stuttering issue vanished away?

In related bulletins, Capcom just last week revealed that the online multiplayer game grand to be bundled with Resident in town Evil Village, Resident Malevolent Re: Verse, has been pushed back again again again to 2022 in order to give the development sports team more time to deliver a smooth game play experience.

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