Doom Eternal to remove Denuvo Anti-Cheat on PC
It's demon-slaying time!
What you need to know
- Doom Eternal launched on March 20.
- The title is a first-person shooter with plenty of gore.
- It's getting a new update that removes Denuvo Anti-Cheat.
- You can purchase Doom Eternal for $60 on the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab).
Doom Eternal is a first-person shooter that continues the story of the reboot. It looks absolutely spectacular on Xbox One X and should provide plenty of single-player and multiplayer enjoyment. In addition to Xbox One, Doom Eternal is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Google Stadia.
Today, id Software announced that it was removing Denuvo Anti-Cheat in Update 1. The team said the following on Reddit.
It's unclear what the new anti-cheat solution will be. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more.
Do you play Doom Eternal on PC? Have you had issues with Denuvo Anti-Cheat? Let us know. The cheating issue appears to be less severe on consoles, so if you own an Xbox One or PlayStation 4, you can always play the game there if you prefer.
Related: Our full DOOM Eternal Xbox One review
Hell on Earth
Doom Eternal is the next frenetic iteration in the long-running franchise. Set for launch this month, the game aims to bring even more fast-paced action to consoles and PC with new enemies, story, multiplayer modes, and more.
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It's as bad as having a forced online mode for single player.