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    Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    id Software has decided to re-evaluate anti-cheat integration after player feedback.
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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    Denuvo - kill it with fire!

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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    Am I right in saying that the Denuvo software drops a kernel level driver?

    I was looking to pick this up on Steam on Linux (to play under Proton/Wine). I pretty much expect it would fail to run now without this specific driver in place.
    Last edited by DirtyDean68; 21-05-2020 at 05:08 PM. Reason: Typos.

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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    So what will they replace it with ? i mean cheaters pretty much ruin any game if you ask me.
    And if there are nothing at all in place that would happen faster i assume.

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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyDean68 View Post
    Am I right in saying that the Denuvo software drops a kernel level driver?

    I was looking to pick this up on Steam on Linux (to play under Proton/Wine). I pretty much expect it would fail to run now without this specific driver in place.
    When I saw it mentioned in a YouTube video recently, that was exactly what was said about the anti-cheat, and that as a result it didn't work under Proton/WINE like it had happily done so previously.

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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    Very diplomatic article, "instability and performance degradation" were actually the lesser worries considering the thing had/has OS kernel access.

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    Re: Doom Eternal Denuvo Anti-Cheat to be banished in next update

    The downside of the capitalist system, investors always want more kickback, so company have to charge more, or come up with more crap to sell, and both of that spiced by going creative on the book keeping / taxes so us ordinary people get to pay X 2

    But at least it is always fun seeing rich people or their kids trash their expensive toys on youtube, but even that have a price X 2 thanks to Oogle.

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