Although the version of RAGE 2 in the Bethesda Store was free of the controversial Denuvo anti-piracy system, the opposite was true in Steam, where PC users had already begun to show how this system affected the performance of the new game. Avalanche action and the veteran Id Software team. The response of their authors? Denuvo has been removed from the Steam version.
Thanks to a recently released update, RAGE 2 puts an end to the controversial DRM system that keeps PC players on the warpath. The patch, of course, fixes some slight errors in the video game. This is great news for the PC community, as it had already been shown that Denuda caused loading times to be longer than in the game version without this anti-piracy system, not to mention that it is slightly reduced the images per second.
This is not the first videogame that, in the face of fan protests, ends up eliminating the Denuvo system, which months ago was patent, affects the performance of PC games.