Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order came out a few days ago, and had Denuvo protection on both Steam and Origin. Now Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been cracked by the famous scene group CODEX.
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Cracked
The game is the first recent EA title to finally make it’s way to Steam and has been doing amazing.
It has a very amount of concurrent players and very positive user reviews.
It featured Denuvo on both Steam and Origin.
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You can also get access to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for way less by getting an Origin Access Premier subscription.
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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. New groups like FCKDRM are consistently working on new ways to counter Denuvo.
Many games over the past few months have shown that performance without Denuvo has actually been better. This has been the case in DMC 5 and RE 2.
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