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Pirates at the infamous Chinese hacking forum 3DM are complaining that recent PC games are simply too darn hard to crack. The problem is apparently Denuvo, a copy protection scheme that prevents tampering of the underlying DRM.

Two recent games that use the scheme, FIFA 16 and Just Cause 3, have still not been cracked, despite appearing in early December.

Based on the current pace of encryption tech, "in two years time I'm afraid there will be no free games to play in the world," said one forlorn pirate (pictured above).

Cevat Yerli is probably doing backflips right now...


Source: TorrentFreak

Source: Denuvo