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Denuvo V18, used in Resident Evil 4 Remake, has been cracked

Denuvo V18, used in Resident Evil 4 Remake, has been cracked

Embrace successfully cracked the Resident Evil 4 Remake, which means that it was able to successfully bypass Denuvo’s latest release, Denuvo V18.

According to the cracker, Resident Evil 4 Remake used four different DRM systems. Along with the Denuvo V18, Capcom has used Denuvo SecureDLC V2, its proprietary anti-tamper technology, and VMProtect.

Now as with all cracks, this basically bypasses the DRMs mentioned above. It does not completely remove them, which means they are still running in the background. However, the cracked version may contain fewer stutters than the retail version. After all, that’s exactly what happened with Resident Evil Village.

Since I finished Resident Evil 4 Remake, I can say that the game only has traversal chops. This stutter is mainly due to the game stream data for the following regions. Thus, I think you will also get the pirated version. However, it would be interesting to watch a video comparing them.

As always, we will not allow links to pirated content. So no, don’t bother sharing any links to it.

It will be interesting to see if Embrace will be able to hack the latest games with Denuvo. Dead Island 2 and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor came after RE4R. Jedi Survivor also uses EA’s app, which can be very difficult to get past. So yeah, I don’t expect a new Star Wars game to be hacked anytime soon.

Stay tuned for more!

John Papadopoulos

John is the founder and chief editor at DSOGaming. He is a fan of PC games and is very supportive of the mod and indie communities. Prior to creating DSOGaming, John worked on several gaming websites. Although he is a hardcore computer gamer, his roots can be found in gaming on consoles. John loved – and still does – 16-bit consoles, and he considers the SNES to be one of the best. However, the PC platform has won it over the consoles. This is mainly due to 3DFX technology and its 3D accelerator graphics card, Voodoo 2. John has also written a higher degree thesis on “The Evolution of Computer Graphics Cards”.
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