GameSpot3 mo ago
Ahead of its anticipated launch on June 2, the Steam listing for the PC version of Street Fighter 6 has been updated to include a reference to Denuvo Anti-Tamper systems being included at launch.
Anti-Tamper is a popular solution used to protect a game's source code, with Denuvo claiming to protect against efforts such as reverse engineering that could help pirates crack the game.
The listing change, which can be seen on the game's changelog on Steam DB, references both Denuvo Anti-Tamper as well as a system to limit the use of a single game key to five PCs a day.
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Written By: Alessandro Barbosa
Tags: Gamespot Launch Anti-tamper Street Been Fighter Game Capcom Players Makes Denuvo
Date Published: 31 May, 2023 (3 months ago)
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