Pro Evolution Soccer 2016: Denuvo too?

Barely 6 days to the release of this year's edition of the Pro Evolution Soccer series, PES 2016, published by Konami. This year's release also coincides with the 20th anniversary of the PES team. The demo released last month, has left fans anticipating the release of the game; but a question still baffles many,

Metal Gear Solid: Phantom Pain was released sometime last week and featured the Denuvo DRM security, same as Fifa 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Lord's of Fallen etc. Will PES 2016 adopt this same technology too.

Denuvo is an anti-tamper technology designed to slow down attacks on DRM e.g Steam. The technology has so far made life difficult for piracy of PC games, and has considerably increased the amount of time it takes for cracks / genuine security bypass of games to be released. 

With more games adopting the Denuvo technology,  Pro Evolution Soccer built using same engine as MGS: PP and published by same manufacturer may adopt this technology. Well, that's good news for the developers (more money); as more people would buy the game before it makes its way to the pirate market, and bad news for those who like to test games first before buying.

Will PES 2016 feature Denuvo?

How long will it take for it to be cracked?
The answer to these questions remains unknown, see you on the release day guys, can't wait to grab a copy :D

1 comment:


    It doesn't look like it had Denuvo technology. Well, at least Reloaded doesn't have an history cracking Denuvo-protected games.