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Village Claims to Have Fixed Performance Issues from the PC Version

This year is the year that Resident Evil Village has been launched. The eighth entry in the franchise is now in its second month after launching for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.

It can be said that the release of the game is almost perfect and there are no problems. Where you can play Resident Evil Village very smoothly and can enjoy this latest entry very comfortably.

Resident Evil Village game fix hijacker

However, of course nothing is absolutely perfect. Especially for the PC version of Resident Evil Village. Where many players complain about the performance of the game that Capcom has not fixed.

This performance issue itself arises because of the use of DRM in the game. Instead of being fixed by Capcom, this problem was actually fixed by the Resident Evil Village hijacker.

Not long ago, the PC version of Resident Evil Village was hacked by a group of crackers named – Empress. Not only can they break into the game, they also claim that the pirated version runs much smoother.

Pirated versions run smoother!

This is because they managed to get rid of in-game DRM which has been a problem for a long time. Launching from DSOG, Empress explained that Resident Evil Village has 2 programs to protect games, namely Denuvo and Capcom’s own DRM technology.

Well, turning off the function of the second DRM seems to have had a big impact on game performance. When tested by DSOG, Empress’s claims are true.

It is now known that the pirated version of Resident Evil Village runs much smoother than the original. Capcom itself has not provided their response regarding this matter. What is your opinion about this? Give your feedback.

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