Dishonored 2 is due in next few days, a sequel to the famous action-adventure Dishonored game developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. A couple of days ago, Bethesda revealed the system requirements for the game and according to the game’s Steam page, the Dishonored 2 will be protected by Denuvo DRM anti-tamper technology.

Dishonored 2 To Be Protected by Denuvo DRM

The Steam page of Dishonored 2 was updated recently, which mentions that the game will be using Denuvo DRM tools. Denuvo emerged as a tool of protection for many game developers and publishers in its fight against the piracy for the PC platform.

It is an anti-tamper technology having continuous encryption and decryption of the codes, making it difficult for the hackers to crack the protected program/application. Some of the games such as Just Cause 3 took too long for the hackers to crack it, due to which a hacker group 3DM shut down its operation of cracking the protected games.

Some of them managed to bypass the Denuvo DRM protected games such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, DOOM and some others as well. Yet, some of the Denuvo protected games are still out there, without a proper crack.

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The game is set for release on November 11th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Co-creative director of Arkane Studios, Harvey Smith while speaking with the Finder said that currently, he has no plans for the Dishonored 3, neither he plans it that far in advance. Stay tuned for more updates!