List of 2017 Denuvo Protected Games (Denuvo’s game DRM is hard to crack)

Denuvo Anti-Tamper, or Denuvo, is an anti-tamper technology and digital rights management (DRM) scheme developed by the Austrian company Denuvo Software Solutions GmbH, a company formed through the management buyout (MBO) of Sony DADC DigitalWorks.

Check out the complete list of 2017 Denuvo protected games below

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands

Mass Effect Andromeda

For Honor
South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

Resident Evil 7

Tales of Berseria

Nier: Automata

Sniper Elite 4

Dead Rising 4

Syberia 3



Tekken 7

Agents of Mayhem

Sonic Mania

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018

Fifa 18

Total War: Warhammer II

Middle Earth: Shadow of War 

Assassins Creed Origins

Sonic Forces

Injustice 2
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13 thoughts on “List of 2017 Denuvo Protected Games (Denuvo’s game DRM is hard to crack)”

  1. /me cracks up.

    Hard to crack, eh?

    That's why most of the games on your list have been cracked in record time.

    Meanwhile the lazy apathetic sacks of garbage who sell these games refuse to patch it out, even after it is no longer doing its job, leaving people like me who buy (because we have money and want to support the games we enjoy, not because we're unable to get it for free, only one game I'm interested in has yet to be cracked but a lot still make my boycott list for using Denuvo even months after it has failed to protect their product) a lot of games tempted to pirate instead because the developers/publishers are morons trying selling an inferior copy to the ones pirates are distributing for free.

    Also, ELEX is being released DRM-Free, it'd be idiotic to license that digital cancer for one release and then not be adversarial paranoid lackwits to their paying customers with another one.

  2. There is a strong chance that "Call of Duty WWII" will be the first in it's series to use Denuvo, although Activision won't confirm this until release date.

    I am personally betting Activision is going to board the Denuvo train as all the other COD Games have been cracked on release day.

    Also if it's published by Bethesda, Bandai Namco (from tekken 7 onwards), Capcom, Electronic Arts, Square Enix there will be Denuvo involved.

    I won't be surprised if Activision decides to slap the Denuvo Virus in all it's future titles too, starting with COD WWII. I guess we'll see, in November which seems to be the month when we get our yearly COD release. Then, of course CPY will crack it in a week, so Activision will really have egg on their faces then, after spending all those dollars on Denuvo's digital cancer, and all the paying custommers get performance and crash issues, and the pirates that get it for free have smooth as silk performance and rock-solid stability, after CPY removes Denuvo.

    I'm glad Bethesda took Denuvo out of DOOM, I couldn't get more than an hour of play before an access violation appcrash, and on Steam and bethesda's forums the thread for these crashes got longer, and longer, and longer. I haven't had one crash since denuvo got the heave-ho from DOOM, and the Crash threads on Steam and Bethesda haven't had another post since Denuvo was dropped either, proving empirically that Denuvo was the cause of the constant crashes.

  3. Fifa is use to denuvo but it is not yet cracked

    moreover Fifa 17 release date is september 2016

    i dont understand is hard to cracked fifa origin?

  4. It's looking like Activision is joining the Denuvo intrusive anti-consumer DRM bandwagon. Call of Duty WWII is looking like the first (of many) Activision titles to be given Denuvo cancer.

    I guess they don't like the fact they are reffered to as "Crack-tivision" with day 1 cracks for all their games.

  5. Haha! CPY you crack me up! lol

    The reason for Australians to be hooked on crack(ed games) is the fact that (like everything else in OZ) games are 2-4 times the price of the rest of the world. Australia is marked as (per capita) the number 1 counrty in the world for copyright infringement. It the companies stopped blatantly ripping ups off just for being Aussies, then we wouldn't pirate so much as a country.

  6. Why is Elex on that list? Elex is not going to have Denuvo. it would be a waste of money to use Denuvo when they are selling the game on GoG which is DRM free. What is your source for this information?

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