Assassin’s Creed Origins has had a double layer of protection and it seemed that the dual layers were the reason why the there was a huge overhead on CPU loads and that the CPU was being maxed out almost all of the time. Now that Assassin’s Creed Origins has been cracked you expect that the game will run better without Denuvo and VMProtect.
While that is what we thought, it seems that there is no impact on Assassin’s Creed Origins whether you play the original or the cracked version. This might have something to do with how crackers have bypassed Denuvo and VMProtect but from what we are hearing from gamers that have pirated Assassin’s Creed Origins, there is no difference.
We will be testing the difference between the two for ourselves and talk with some people in order to find out why there is no performance boost as anticipated. Stay tuned for more information regarding that in the upcoming day or two.
This is one of the Denuvo 4.8 games that had not been cracked due to the extra added security. While it was a good try, I guess the wait is over but on the other hand, I am pretty sure that this will have little impact on sales as the people that were excited about the game have already bought it. Although the game is far from perfect, it is a great experience and I will encourage you to give it a try.
Denuvo has been updated and the new version is being dubbed 5.0 and not 4.9 because it has a couple of new improvements as compared to the previous version.
Let us know what you think about Assassin’s Creed Origins and whether or not you are going to try out the cracked version as well. Use the comments section below.