Ni No Kuni II Revenant Kingdom Will Not Use Denuvo, Steam Page Reveals

Francesco De Meo
Ni No Kuni II Revenant Kingdom

Bandai Namco's latest PC title, Dragon Ball FighterZ, has been released with Denuvo, but other titles from the Japanese publisher have been released without it. Ni No Kuni II Revenant Kingdom, launching next month, is apparently going to the belong to the latter category.

On the game's Steam Page there is no mention of Denuvo, meaning that it will be released without it. Other titles that have been released by it, such as the already mentioned Dragon Ball FighterZ and Tekken 7, have Denuvo mentioned on their page, as noted by DSOGaming.

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While being a better protection than other forms of DRM, even Denuvo doesn't make uncrackable. Earlier today, we have reported how an Italian warez group called CONSPIR4CY managed to crack Assassin's Creed Origins, which uses a Denuvo 4.8, VMProtect and Ubisoft’s own UPlay security.

Ni No Kuni II Revenant Kingdom launches on March 23rd on PC and PlayStation 4 in all regions. You can learn more about the game by checking out our preview.

The world is more beautiful than ever, too. Characters are more detailed, areas are sprawling with filled with small visual flourishes, and of course animations are prettier than ever too. The visuals and new battle system combine during boss fights to make for a wonderful experience – many more enemies on screen than was possible on PlayStation 3, many more attacks and effects present, and of course all in that beautiful cel-shaded art style the original was famous for.

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