Resident Evil 7 PC version’s Denuvo DRM cracked in under 5 days

Bad news for Denuvo and publishers who have relied on this notoriously reliable DRM. According to the latest report, in fact, hackers were able to pierce through the protection offered by Denuvo in record time.

Resident Evil 7 was released about a week ago and, as we know, the title uses the latest version of Denuvo, which should be notoriously difficult to crack.

According to some reports, the PC version of Resident Evil VII Biohazard is over in the illegal circuit in under five days after its launch. Over the weekend, the first pirated copies of the game have started circulating heavily on the web.

Resident Evil VII uses the latest version of Denuvo as a security system, this DRM is intended to prevent pirated copies from invading the market in the game’s launch window, result ever achieved to date but put at serious risk right from the case.

While in the past we have talked about months and months been passed before violating the DRM, for Resident Evil 7 it has been just 5 days. A record, in fact, of concern especially for the Denuvo future and the fight against piracy.

Resident Evil 7 is violated in a little more than 72 hours from the date of publication. In any case, we report the news for the record but we strongly urge you not to download pirated copies of Resident Evil 7 (and, of course, any other game) from the network.

Despite this, Resident Evil 7 is in the first position in the UK charts. Resident Evil 7 is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.