Today, we have some interesting news. Mass Effect Legendary Edition Denuvo protection has been removed from the game.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition Denuvo protection is no more
Yesterday, a brand new update came out for Mass Effect Legendary Edition. Just after the update, some rumours came up to the surface telling that the performance has been improved due to the removal of Denuvo Anti-Tamper. And from what it looks like, the rumours are eventually true. Thanks to SteamDB and Reddit, we learn that with the latest update, Mass Effect Legendary Edition Denuvo protection has been removed from the game.
The removal of Denuvo was not included in yesterday’s patch notes. So once again, curious players came out with this news. But it is odd because most developers actually inform the players about the removal of any DRM software. But it looks like EA didn’t want to announce this. However, Mass Effect Legendary Edition Denuvo protection has been removed and that’s the main point here.
We also don’t know why EA did remove the Denuvo protection so quickly. Usually, gaming companies remove the anti-tamper protection after the first year of any game’s release. Maybe both companies couldn’t agree with the deals or something else happened. For now, that will remain a secret. Maybe the companies will come up with an announcement. We will have to wait and see.
On the other hand, Mass Effect Legendary Edition June 7 update was also officially released yesterday. The users say that with this update, the performance of the game has been significantly increased. Maybe the removal of Denuvo DRM is also a part of this performance increase. The developers will continue to release an update for the game in the future. However, the biggest update for the trilogy is the June 7 update. We will see what else the developers will bring.