People who are opponents of contemporary anti-piracy safeguards have just got into their hands quite a strong argument supporting their thesis. Obviously, the guesses that security cryptic games slow their operation. It turns out that the Denuvo mechanism operating in this way has a negative impact on the performance of Tekken 7. This information comes from a reliable source, namely from Katsuhiro Harada – one of the game creators.

So far, no computer game maker has admitted that anti-piracy safeguards have a negative effect on the smoothness of the game. Luckily, Katsuhiro Harada did not blame and openly admitted the problem is releated to the PC version of Tekken 7. It is visible during the Shawunetsu Hadouken Akuma attack. Then, the number of frames displayed per second decreases, which adversely affects the smoothness of the fight. The problem is so serious that it can not be solved by changing settings or replacing hardware with a more efficient one. Fortunately, the studio is already working on a patch to solve the problem caused by Denuvo’s security.

Tekken 7 suffers from Denuvo’s security

However, nobody wants to give up anti-piracy safeguards. It is true that they are broken fairly quickly, however, game producers continue to use them. It should be remembered here that crackers do not eliminate the security features of broken games, they only care about them. This means that no one has yet compared the performance of the same game with the anti-piracy version and without it. Will the information provided by the creator of Tekken 7 contribute to the less frequent use of encryption security? Probably not. The problem concerns only the animation of one attack of a given character and can be solved on the side of the game. Therefore, we are dealing here with a mistake rather than a continuous noticeable reduction in efficiency.

Source: Twitter