Octopath Traveler is a turn-based role-playing video game developed by Square Enix, in collaboration with Acquire. The game originally came out on the Nintendo Switch but eventually made its way to PC via Steam as well. Now with Octopath Traveler cracked, it seems scene groups are closer to cracking the latest version of Denuvo.
CPY is one of the more prominent scene groups in the cracking business and are known to crack Denuvo titles from time to time.
Octopath Traveler Cracked by CPY
When the game was announced for PC, many people became hesitant because of two reasons. The first, that the game cost quite a bit despite being released already on the Switch, and secondly because it employed Denuvo protection DRM.
CPY has however cracked whatever Denuvo version the game had, and the game is now available on torrent sites for pirates to easily download and play.
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While the game wasn’t cracked in the first few weeks, we’re sure that both the publisher and developers are happy with the initial sales.
Denuvo Vs Piracy
Denuvo’s fight with piracy has been something amazing to witness, scene groups have managed to crack games literally 3 days from release with titles like Hitman 2.
However, at times pirates had to wait months and months for their favorite games to be available on torrent sites.
Various scene groups have joined hands in the fight against Denuvo, and new groups like FCKDRM are consistently working on new ways to counter DRM implemented by Denuvo.
Many games over the past few months have shown that performance without Denuvo has actually been better, especially in Devil May Cry 5.
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