Saturday, January 9, 2016

End Of Piracy !!!

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An expert on video game piracy has claimed that new software protection is becoming so advanced that in a few years piracy will cease to be practical for new games.

Website TorrentFreak translated comments from the founder of infamous Chinese forum 3DM, which is apparently still struggling to break the Denuvo security used for recent release Just Cause 3.

As the site explains, the length of time it tacks groups to ‘crack’ a new game has been steadily increasing, and instances of pirated versions of games being available to download before they’re officially released is now increasingly rare.

An earlier version of Denuvo meant it was a month before 2014’s Dragon Age: Inquisition was cracked and it’s kept FIFA 16 safe for coming on four months now.



So, I guess that the free-to-play market will explode.






7 comments:

  1. back when Tom Clancy's HAWK II came out SKIDROW said the very same thing.. " the new DRM SW is too strong now, we'll never hack it.." .. and here we are 5 years later. i remember back in the early 2000's talking to a few of the Razor 1911 guys in Markham. They were worried about how XP would end of piracy.

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  2. Meh its like saying ,people will never be able to cheat in a game or be able to make bots for games.
    People will always be able to crack games, make bots for games, cheat in games etc.
    There is no way they would ever get rid of all this for to long.

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  3. Meh its like saying ,people will never be able to cheat in a game or be able to make bots for games.
    People will always be able to crack games, make bots for games, cheat in games etc.
    There is no way they would ever get rid of all this for to long.

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  4. Ive been known to talk a bit of shit myself from time to time , but hey please carry on

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  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWaLxFIVX1s

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  6. End of piracy is like the end of the world, it happens every year.

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