NieR: Automata Will Be Protected by Denuvo

Square Enix has just updated the EULA for the upcoming PC version of NieR: Automata, and the last paragraph confirms that the open world action RPG title will be protected by Sony DADC Austria AG’s successful Denuvo anti-tamper solution. The game’s March 17 release date was recently confirmed amid rumors that the PC version would be delayed because the developers were looking at different anti piracy implementations.

12.6 The PC version of the Product Software uses Sony DADC Austria AG’s Denuvo (“Denuvo”) content protection technology. Acceptance of this Agreement, Privacy Policy, Terms of Use and an Internet connection are required to verify your license. The technical protection measures of the Product Software may require you to download certain data to your device in order to authenticate the Product Software. Certain files of the anti-tamper technology may remain even after the Product Software is uninstalled from your computer. If you disable or otherwise tamper with the technical protection measures, the Product Software may not operate properly and you are in material breach of this License.

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