Doom Eternal recently got an Update that added Denuvo, which is causing many problems to people like “Constant, massive stuttering, Horrendous screen tearing despite having G-Sync, Locks my 120Hz display at 60Hz, both in-game and on the Windows desktop.”
People are now spamming the Steam reviews of Doom Eternal, the question is what will Bethesda do about it they stated “The issues with Doom Eternal have been resolved. Thank you for your patience.”
But, they were not resolved at all it’s unplayable for many people, ID software even told people how to uninstall Denuvo, but it installs again whenever people try to launch the game.
Denuvo responded to Destructoid with
“The team is working on allowing DOOM: Eternal to be launched for singleplayer offline play without requiring the installation of Denuvo Anti-Cheat. Our motivation is to support users of Valve’s Proton and gamers playing on platforms without administrative access to their machines, such as at work or school. This feature would also be an excellent tool for putting rumors to rest that Denuvo Anti-Cheat has any measurable, let alone perceivable, performance impact via A/B benchmarking.
Denuvo also stated on a Blog Post that “Our Anti-Cheat solution doesn’t have annoying tray icons or splash screens, and this invisibility could raise some eyebrows. Installing files onto your gaming rig deserves full transparency”
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