After a long wait Resident Evil 4 Remake is finally here, but PC users are not enjoying it to the fullest.
Those consoles, who bought it on Amazon, instead have already thrown themselves again (or for the first time) into Leon’s nightmarish mission.
Just on Steam, moreover, the title has broken every record relating to the series, demonstrating how much Capcom’s production was expected.
On PC Resident Evil 4 Remake always does its bitch figure by the way, establishing a big difference from the original.
If only it weren’t plagued by several problems related to Denuvo, as reported by The Gamer. The now infamous protection system that often generates problems in new generation video games on PC.
Many PC players on Steam are indeed complaining about the title’s use of Denuvo’s DRM Capcom, claiming they are leading to performance issues on builds that should be able to handle the remake with some ease.
In the various player testimonials, there is a certain discrepancy with the Chainsaw Demo, in fact, which did not create any problems on PC.
Precisely for this reason the accusing finger is pointed at the Denuvo software, which being dedicated to anti-piracy, it is normal that it was installed in the final version of the game.
PC players just have to wait for new updates at this point, in the hope that Capcom will be able to make Leon’s adventure agile even on the master race.
Speaking again of the game, Capcom wanted to remind us that the “The Mercenaries” mode is also on the way in the form of free DLC, currently not present in the remake.
And if the PC version has problems, there is another one that suffers from a particular bug: it is the PS5 version of RE4 Remake that suffers from a technical bug, which Capcom explains how to fix temporarily.