Bandai Namco has opted for the controversial Denuvo DRM to protect the PC version of Dragon Ball FighterZ against attacks that are likely to come from piracy after the launch by the end of January.
Curiously, the news doesn’t come from the game page on Steam but by the AGREEMENT, the agreement that each player takes and “signature” to buying a title.
This is not a real surprise: Although other publishers have started taking thedistances from Denuvo, Bandai Namco is expected to still use in all its most recent productions.
In addition, Dragon Ball EasyAntiCheat software to prevent the “German FighterZ is, or at least try, that someone can have advantages from the use of cheat.
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