There will be no Denuvo in Ni No Kuni 2 Revenant Kingdom, last month it was missing on the game’s steam page and there was no mention of it being released but now it is confirmed that Bandai Namco and Level-5 will not use Denuvo tech at launch.
Denuvo tech has been used before by Bandai Namco in Dragon Ball FighterZ and was listed by Bandai Namco before for the game but they pulled it back recently.
Bandai Namco has provided us with a review code and we can confirm that the review code does not use the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Bandai Namco’s previous PC releases used that controversial anti-tamper tech and after what has happened with Final Fantasy XV, we cannot be 100% certain about the presence or not of Denuvo in the final game.
The reason we’re updating this story is because we’ve published it prior to our FFXV story (we feel that we need to keep you up to date about it). We are also not changing the title because we know that some will say that the story had a different title (implying that we’re changing it to cover our ass). Still, it would be disingenuous if Bandai Namco decides to stealthily use it in the final version (especially since the review code does not use it).
Which was later confirmed by Level-5 that there is no presence of anti-tech called Denuvo in the game.
Ni No Kuni is a beautiful RPG game developed by Level-5 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and is set to release for PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. It’s a game which won the Best role-playing game award at Game Critics Awards, which is set hundreds of years after the event of the original game: Ni No Kuni Wrath of the white witch.
Ni No Kuni will be releasing this week on 23rd March for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4.