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Capcom Will Release Update To Improve The Performance Of Resident Evil Village

As you may recall, the DRM-protected Resident Evil Village was recently hacked. The performance difference between the DRM and DRM-free versions of the game, which succumbed to the pirate, was also talked about a lot. In fact, it was revealed in a published image that the pirated version of the game performed more appropriately. After all these conversations, Capcom and Denuvo made some valuable statements a short time ago.

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First of all, if we look at the statement made from the Denuvo front, the company pointed out that this performance problem was not caused by them. Underlining that they did dozens of tests before the game was released, Denuvo also stated that they could not comment specifically on Capcom games.

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After Denuvo’s statement, Capcom also accepted this problem. Stating that they are investigating the performance problems in the PC version of the game, the developer studio said that they are working on an update that will be released soon, and this update will fix the performance issues.

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For now, it is unknown when this update will be released. However, in the statement made by the company, we see that the details about the update will be shared with the players soon.

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