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You Could be Saying Goodbye to Pirated Games in Two Years’ Time
Pirated games are still pretty common in the dark (and slightly) dark corners of the internet. In fact, so common that in the year 2014 there were $74 billion worth of games in the world that had been pirated.
However, in the years leading to now, especially the last year, extensive work has been done on content encryption which has made it pretty difficult for hackers to break into.
One such example is Just Cause 3 which uses Denuvo to ensure anti-tempering roadblocks are in place. The game came out over a month ago and has still not been cracked which led to some of the known pirates to discuss the issue.
3DM is one of the key group of people who are known to have cracked tougher games, but this time even their people have failed to infiltrate the encryption put up on Just Cause 3.
Bird Sister, the 3DM Forum founder (who is pretty well reputed in the circles) now thinks that the current trends are soon going to make it impossible for people to crack games hence making them a rare commodity.
Not only that, she went on to say that in about two year’s time there will be no pirated games.
Recently, many people have asked about cracks for ‘Just Cause 3′, so here is a centralized answer to this question. The last stage is too difficult and Jun [cracking guy] nearly gave up, but last Wednesday I encouraged him to continue. I still believe that this game can be compromised. But according to current trends in the development of encryption technology, in two years time I’m afraid there will be no free games to play in the world.
So yes, if you are one of the guys who rely on pirated games, these could be the last two years you can enjoy those free games. Until the ever changing field of technology brings a change in this too.