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3DM Cracking group suggests that they have cracked Denuvo

3DM Cracking group suggests that they have cracked Denuvo

3DM Cracking group suggests that they have cracked Denuvo

3DM Cracking group suggests that they have cracked Denuvo

 

The game piracy group 3DM had recently suspended their operations and will no longer be cracking single player games in 2016. The group claims that they are doing this to assess the impact on genuine game sales. 

A lot of people have assumed that their suspension of operations is due to their inability to crack the DRM on recent titles using the latest version of Denuvo's Anti-tampering technology, though the leader of the group has said that these claims are not true and that they are continuing to work on crack for the latest version of Denuvo.

Not only is 3DM continuing to work on cracking the most recent version of Denuvo, but their leader,"Bird Sister", has claimed that they will soon announce that they will have a "solution" to the DRM technology used in games like Just Cause 3, FIFA 2016 and Rise of the Tomb Raider.  

 

   3DM will soon announce that we have a solution to the latest Denuvo encryption used on games including ‘FIFA 16’, ‘Just Cause 3’, and ‘Tomb Raider: The Rise’,

We [made this announcement] because a lot of players believe we have abandoned cracking due to technical problems, but we will prove it is not the case,

We have not yet been stumped [by protection measures].

  3DM Cracking group suggests that they have cracked Denuvo  

We at OC3D do not condone the piracy of games and believe that as long as piracy protection software does not harm the performance or the ability for legitimate users to play their games that DRM is a good thing.

Though let's hope that developers do not get overly aggressive with DRM in the near future, as past cases like Assassins Creed 2 and countless other PC games have shown us that punishing legitimate users in order to disable piracy is a great way to lose sales.

 

You can join the discussion on PC the game cracking group 3DM caliming to have a "solution" to Denuvo on the OC3D Forums

 

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12-02-2016, 08:38:34

AlienALX
Well, where's the solution?Quote

12-02-2016, 08:50:58

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Well, where's the solution?
It really depends on how long they mean by soon.Quote

12-02-2016, 08:57:22

shambles1980
i dont doubt that they can crack these things.
people who claim its because of technical limitations just dont want to buy the games and hope that they can force them to release a crack to prove them wrong.

personally im not a huge fan of DRM at all. But if you are talking steam atleast in that instance there is a benifit for having the drm. (chat, easy to connect to friends, great selection of games.. I even use my old retail copy cd keys to activate games on steam so i dont have to use the cd any more. and after activation you can always enable offline mode on steam so you dont need the internet)
things like that are plenty of Plus points to the drm on steam..

it used to be so antiquated that people who pirated the games could play them and people who bought the things couldnt.
So there is plenty of reasons why they should continue to crack the drm protection.

but i would like to see the overall sales figures for a 1-2 year period where there were no game cracks available.
vs a 1-2 year period with the same amount of quality games released (ones that should sell just as well if not better) when cracked versions were available..

I personally dont think that the numbers would show any reall difference.
if people can affoard to buy the games im pretty sure that they do. and if they cant and so pirate them instead that is not a lost sale. "as the piratee would not have bought the game any way"
If they buy it later on in a steam sale.. well thats when they would have bought the thing any way.Quote

12-02-2016, 20:53:34

DisturbedJim83
I don't condone Piracy either however its understandable given how recently alot of developers have released really bad PC ports of multi platform titles Cough Ubisoft/Bioware Cough.

I've known quite a few people who will download a cracked version of a game and then if its any good and runs well they buy the legit retail version essentially using the cracked version like a old school demo.

It doesn't help that alot of these games are $60 a pop and are usually followed by $100+ of DLC and that's just 1 game out of the 6-7 AAA games a year that come out, and people only have some much disposable income to spend on games.

If the industry focuses on making quality PC games at competitive prices and stops trying to milk the players wallets with DLC and micro transactions then piracy wouldn't be such a big thing, because in some cases its a way for the playerbase to give a big middle finger to the devs and publishers for treating gamers like a walking bank with their over aggressive monitizeation of gamesQuote

13-02-2016, 01:37:11

Kushiro
Well thats not going to happen. Too many kids go out and buy games regardless.Quote
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