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100% cpu usage is due to Denuvo? - briefly
(hx) 04:47 AM EDT - Nov,02 2017 - Post a comment / read (4)
According to Russian crackers, denuvo itself uses 30-40% of cpu, due to a new layer of protection. That new Denuvo versions at least can cause massive amounts of CPU usage has been proven already with the Rime disaster. And when you read about that, then its very likely, that Ubisoft tried something similar, by increasing the checks per minute, to make it harder to crack, and will lower it in a later patch, when the release hype is over. Of course then the issues will most likely be solved. How they put it with their stupid "30 FPS" phrase, makes that even more likely.

Now, GearNuke has a statement from Ubisoft denying the recent rumor saying Denuvo DRM is causing an additional 30-40% CPU usage in Assassin's Creed: Origins.
“We’re confirming that the anti-tamper solutions implemented in the Windows PC version of Assassin’s Creed Origins have no perceptible effect on game performance,” said Ubisoft in an official statement.

“In order to recreate a living, systemic and majestic open world of Ancient Egypt, where players can witness all of its stunning details, its beautiful landscapes & incredible cities, in a completely seamless way with no loading screens, Assassin’s Creed Origins uses the full extent of the minimum and recommended PC system requirements here: while ensuring a steady 30 FPS performance.

We’re committed to ensuring the most optimum experience possible for everyone, and we advise any players who may encounter performance issues on PC to check out as there might be already a workaround or to contact us further explaining their issues so that we can solve them.”
You can believe or not :-)
last 10 comments:
lorcro2000(04:52 AM EDT - Nov,02 2017 )
Someone will probably crack the game, and then we'll see how it runs without dual DRM garbage layered over it.

sikapossu(06:37 AM EDT - Nov,02 2017 )
there is 2 diffrent copy protection

Csimbi(07:56 AM EDT - Nov,02 2017 )
You can believe or not :-)

Claiming 30-40% is stupid.
What if I have a low-end CPU?
What if I have a high-end CPU?
Stupid arguments.
I did play one of the early Denuvo-protected games in the beginning - without a crack. I did not notice any performance issues. Although that was not an UBI game.

I don't care, either way: cracked games come without Denuvo anyway and UBI's games suck (so far it seems like a golden rule and like all golden rules, there was only one exception so far: Settlers 7. Albeit, Settlers is not a UBI franchise)...

gx-x(11:01 AM EDT - Nov,03 2017 )
this is the issue with current denuvo implemented in that particular game. Older denuvo is irrelevant to these claims.

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