Anti-tamper tech is far from iron-clad, but pirates are only willing to wait so long for a cracked game!
Piracy in the video gaming world has been ongoing since the start, and now that we moved basically to a totally-digital era, DRM protection has been top-most way of stopping platforms like Steam, Origin, and uPlay from losing out of launch states until like Denuvo states belong it finally does it 'cracked', so all they can do is slow down the pirates, but its never really possible to stop them in the end, even tho recently Denuvo raided the home of one of the top PC crackers, they know at some point their games will be cracked, as such recently sites like GOG.com have started anti-DRM campaign and there is wide-spread consumer backlash against protection systems like Denuvo, as gamers say it slows down the 'game' more powerful CPUs and GPUs are needed just to get over the lag that the protection system adds to core engine of the game itself, but still Denuvo stays behind their DRM and you can read about why below.
So its still going to be a 'cat and mouse' game between the 'crackers' and the 'publishers', but in the future do you think the 'consumer backlash' will ever be large enough, so that we will be able to fully enjoy our video gaming world without their nasty DRM systems?
NEWS SOURCE: Denuvo: 'There is no uncrackable game. What we do is protect the initial sales' (via) GamesIndustry