Capcom removes Denuvo from Monster Hunter: World


Capcom removes Denuvo from Monster Hunter: World

Good news for Monster Hunter: World fans: Denuvo anti-pirate protection has been removed from the game. Information about this appeared on the game's page in the SteamDB database. At the same time, the size of the exe-file has decreased by 481 megabytes.

This is not the first time Capcom has removed protection from its games, but it does so at varying intervals. For example, Denuvo was removed from Resident Evil 3 only six months later, and from Resident Evil 7 two years later. Monster Hunter: World was released on PC on August 9, 2018 and has been "protected" for almost 3 years. However, the defense lasted only 4 months, since the game was hacked by the CODEX group in December 2018.

Monster Hunter: World is a game about hunters who kill ferocious monsters. Defeat them and get the raw materials needed to create powerful weapons and sturdy armor that will come in handy in battle with even more dangerous creatures.

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