Resident Evil 7 Confirmed To Be Protected By Denuvo DRM
Just over a month remains before we get our hands on Resident Evil 7 and Capcom has geared up its efforts to market the game. Many of you might be familiar with Denuvo which is a popular DRM that is used to stop piracy of PC games and it has been confirmed that it will be implemented on the PC version of the upcoming game.
According to the info listed on SteamDB, Capcom will be implementing Denuvo DRM to stop the piracy of the PC version of the Resident Evil 7.
Capcom intends to redeem itself with Resident Evil 7 by taking the franchise back to its horror survival roots. However, the game will still have action elements in it.
According to game’s producer Masachika Kawata, Resident Evil 7 combat will feature a huge arsenal of weapons available to players but also said that the weapons will not be easy to find.
The one thing I do want to point out though is the fact that the weapons aren’t going to be that easy to find. So until you find them and have that advantage you’re probably going to be running around considerably a lot more.
Also, Capcom has very high expectations from the game as the company revealed during its recent earnings conference that it expects Resident Evil 7 to sell 4 million units.
The demo for Resident Evil 7 is now available for PC which weighs 3.68 GB. The demo revolves around players waking up in an abandoned farmhouse and players have to make their way out of the house.
Resident Evil 7 is an upcoming first-person survival horror game in development at Capcom and is scheduled to launch on January 24, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.