Call Of Duty: World War 2 has just released for the PC, PS4 & and Xbox One, and it’s already been cracked. Before we go cheering the fall of Denuvo, here’s the twist – Call Of Duty: World War 2 does not use Denuvo, instead it uses Arxan Anti Tamper alongside a custom DRM.
Anyways, the thing is that we have another big AAA release that has already been cracked on the day of release. However, with a multiplayer focused game like Call Of Duty, does anyone even care? Sure, if you pirate the game (which we do not condone), you can rush through the short campaign, but the meat of Call Of Duty lies in its multiplayer. And you definitely need a legit copy of the game to play the multiplayer. We had actually enjoyed Call Of Duty: World War 2’s multiplayer when the beta was open, and it felt like the good old COD multiplayer from back in Modern Warfare. We’re eager to dig into the full game over the next few days, and hope that it still holds up.
With the constant barrage of games getting pirated at an alarming rate, it’s easy to see why big publishers are shying away from single player games, instead opting for more multiplayer focused service based experiences.