Resident Evil Village Works Better In The Pirated Version 1
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The long-awaited Resident Evil Village met with its players on May 7, 2021. Most of the players who got the game after the exciting wait were disappointed due to a problem in the game. Capcom, one of the producers of the game, said that they are focusing on this problem, which is faced by more and more players and e n that they will solve it soon had voiced it.

Tech reporters from the Digital Foundry, who looked for a solution on their own, compared both the original and pirated versions of the game with each other. pirated version works better than original version revealed. The problem is claimed to be caused by Capcom’s DRM.

The problem is only available in the DRM version

One of the biggest problems encountered in the PC version of Resident Evil Village since its release, freeze when leveling up and killing zombies was the problem. In such events, the image freezes, and after a few seconds the situation improves. The most practical solution to this issue, which hundreds of thousands of players have brought to the forums, is the medium and high-end graphics cards. was disabling ray tracing technology.

Digital Foundry’s tech editors spotted an interesting detail by reaching out to the pirated version of Resident Evil Village. The pirated version is both the version of the game available on Steam. more smoothly was working and there was no freezing problem when killing zombies or leveling up. According to the statement, the source of this problem, which infuriates Resident Evil Village players, stems from Capcom’s DRM version. As most of us know, DRM is software designed to prevent piracy of digitally broadcast games, TV shows and movies.

For now, Capcom has started working for this problem only on the PC. Promising players that the problem will be resolved, Capcom’s future removing DRM from within the game expected. Since the pirated version of the game has already been released, it seems that there is not much need for Capcom to use DRM.

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