Devil May Cry 5 arrived today… But it has already been hacked!
Capcom’s latest game, Devil May Cry 5, hit the shelves today! But very curiously, it has already been pirated, so it is already possible to find it on the Internet.
The Devil May Cry 5 (.exe) runtime file, without the famous DRM Denuvo, was ‘Leaked’ on the Internet, at the same time, the game hits the market, which is at least astonishing.
Of course, this is not the first time this has happened.
After all, the Final Fantasy XV game was also ‘cracked’ on its first day on the market, thanks to a reasonably similar leak.
The first reviews of Devil May Cry 5 are out… The game promises!
Very interestingly, Devil May Cry 5 uses DRM Denuvo to protect it from piracy. So it’s funny that the DRM-free executable gets to the Internet on the day of the release, so hackers do not even have to lose much time around the game files.
Due to this ‘Leak,’ PC gamers have already asked Capcom to remove the DRM from their latest game.
In fact, several PC Gamers choose not to buy games due to this type of protection, since it is highly detrimental to the performance of the game on their machines.
Not forgetting all this variety of past situations, Devil May Cry 5 is being critically acclaimed for its breathtaking visuals as well as full combat. However, Capcom preferred to develop a sequel to the DmC: Devil May Cry flop 2013.
According to Itsaki, the staff was ready to develop DmC 2!
Still, the studio learned a lot with the ‘reboot’ of 2013. Some of which were eventually implemented in the new chapter of the saga.
“I really wanted to work on DmC: Devil May Cry 2, after the first release. He was excited, but then it happened. So… When it’s time to make a new game, we said, okay, let’s do Devil May Cry 5.”
Devil May Cry 5 arrived today on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4!