The anti-tamper technology of Denuvo is what Bandai Namco hopes will curb the problem of piracy when Tekken 7 releases in the coming months.
The latest installment in the iconic fighting series is the first one to be arriving for PC since it all began over two decades ago. The developer is naturally planning to get the most sales out as possible during the initial launch weeks. Denuvo, which many consumers despise, will be ensuring just that.
However, people should not expect the firewalls of Denuvo to stand that long. The latest version of the anti-tamper technology was successfully cracked last month, with the cracking group taking just thirty days to bring down the program’s walls. Do note that this is Denuvo v4, as the community calls it, which was launched to withstand pirating attempts after its predecessors were being cracked in less than two weeks.
Unless Tekken 7 will be utilizing a newer version of the anti-tamper technology, expect crackers to throw the free version of the game on file-sharing websites in about three to four weeks after launch.
The PC version of Tekken 7 will support resolutions of up to 4K with 60 frames-per-second as long as the rig is filled with the right hardware. According to system requirements, users will require an Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti in order to run the game at that glorious high resolution.This includes all the settings cranked at maximum to feature high-fidelity textures, spectacular effects, and sublime graphics on PC.
Tekken 7 is confirmed for an official release on June 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Placing a pre-order on any of three platforms will get you Elize, the 1000-year old vampire who made her debut in Tekken Revolution.