When you crack it, Resident Evil Village does run better.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Resident Evil VillageThe implementation of anti-piracy DRM Denuvo (and Capcom’s own DRM layer) is the main reason why games continue to freeze on PC.
Pirates said that using cracks can eliminate all these problems, and they have been proven to be correct. Digital Foundry tested these claims and found that DRM is indeed the cause of Village’s problems on the PC. The latest video of the science and technology export seen above proves this by testing all areas that have previously suffered these momentary freezes.
The main situation in the village is that every time the zombie plays a key animation, there will be two stuttering, such as pounce on the player or retreat due to being hit. Then came the battle with the daughters of Mrs. Dimitrescu, which also affected the frame rate in a similar way.
According to Digital Foundry’s testing, both of these problems were resolved when using NFO cracking, which disabled the game’s DRM. Capcom did not initially respond to a request for comment, but later told DF that it was developing a patch that would solve the problem for its paying customers.
“The team is developing a patch to address PC performance issues, and it should be available soon-we will have more details soon,” Capcom said.
Needless to say, this is not good for Capcom. Even assuming that the next patch solves this problem, it still means that paying customers have to endure a worse experience.
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