>The founder of notorious Chinese cracking forum 3DM is warning that given the current state of anti-piracy technology, in two years there might be no more pirate games to play. The claims come after attempts to breach the Denuvo security protecting Just Cause 3 pushed the group's cracking expert to breaking point.
I love it when piratefags fail and even more so when they admit they're a bunch of lifeless no talent hacks that will be forced to buy games like a normal person who isn't stricken with muh free games autism.
maybe developers should stop being so prideful and just accept not everyone wants to pay for their game, as if AAA games don't make millions upon millions of dollars no matter what
I like to keep educated on shitty video games, since they're very much the face of modern video games and affect further titles related or unrelated, down the line. if you're a historian you need to examine every source
you literally cannot remove piracy as a concept
people will always be able to get free games and that will literally never change
ignoring how laughably impossible it would be to make a truly "uncrackable" drm or drm of drm like denuovo, you guys really think that it'll stay uncracked forever? Like forever ever? Not in one year, not in two, or ten? You're fucking retarded.
played it on my friend's ps4, it's arkham city 2 with the atrocious batmobile shit to drag it down every step of the way and the dlc should have been illegal to charge money for, being as short as they were
no. The only game to with denuvo that people could pirate was DAI and that was only because of an Origin exploit. I really don't think denuvo will stop piracy. Just because they have not found a way to bypass it or crack it yet doesn't mean nobody ever will.
Eh, the "end of piracy" might be a good thing. Maybe publishers will start putting money into PC games again, rather than the platform being flooded with p2w moba shit or terrible indie games made in an hour.