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Inside patch removes Denuvo

The anti-tampering software is gone.

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Denuvo is an example of anti-tampering software that has been included in big releases like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Dishonored 2, making it harder to work around DRM schemes, but the latest patch to Playdead's popular platformer Inside has actually removed Denuvo.

Playdead haven't stated why they're removing it, and we can only speculate why, especially since the only two patch notes are "Removed Denuvo Anti-Tamper" and "Minor fixes". Either way, people still love Inside, and we don't think this will stop them loving it any more than they already do.

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