well i'm very suspicious about all that
because i know some drm keep having software elements from them in a game even after "so called" removal by the devs/publisher
so please GOG: is this fucking denuvo dangerous shit still present in ANY possible way in your release ?
very serious question because if it is the case, i ask for a refund immediatly, and i may even sue up gog for IT system infection...
I mean, come on, seriously ? do you know HOW dangerous denuvo is ? did you see what kind of software element it is triggering or messing with ? cryptographic service, registry and computer unique cryptoID key...
if no one think denuvo is dangerous, well, then you are very careless and i assume you never had to face a cryptolocker ransomware
and this denuvo bulllshit opens a potentiel highway for hackers and similar bad guies to spread a cryptolocker
congrats denuvo and game publishers: you are putting consumers at risk in the way/threat the most impossible to counter or fix once too late... TBH as soon as i can catch someone in my country victim of a cryptolocker, i'll ask if the computer had any denuvo game and i clearly then will sue whatever game publisher concerned for IT infection...
I didn´t notice the post date... but according PC Gaming wiki devs removed DENUVO on nov 23/2016.. source: