Bethesda has confirmed an upcoming vampire shooter. red pole It is released with Denuvo and requires a “persistent online connection” to play even in single player mode.
On this page on the Bethesda website, the publisher has stated that “a persistent online connection is required” to: red polesingle player and co-op elements.
This is most likely due to games featuring Denuvo anti-piracy software. This software has been verified through updates. red poleThis is your Steam page. Traditionally, games using Denuvo could not be played without an internet connection due to the software’s anti-piracy measures.
However, Denuvo’s approach to anti-piracy has been criticized for several reasons. Some players disagreed with single-player games requiring an internet connection, while others accused the service of negatively impacting performance in some titles.
In 2021, hackers claimed Denuvo was responsible. Resident Evil VillageCapcom addressed it with a patch designed to “optimize” the software.
in the same year, humanity Developer Amplitude Studios said Denuvo’s integration was “not good enough” to avoid performance issues and stopped it prior to release.
last month, hogwarts legacy It was criticized when it was announced that it would be released with Denuvo included.
As for red poleThe game is currently scheduled for release on May 2nd and will obviously have more in common with Ubisoft’s open-world shooters. Far Cry than left 4 dead.
when asked about red pole‘s co-op mode, Arkane Studios creative director Ricardo Bare admitted that while it “completely makes sense,” players will draw similarities to Valve’s wave survival shooters. red pole It actually provides a “great open world” to explore.
“You have a home base where you can talk to NPCs and take side quests,” Bare explained. “You can go to the mission table and choose story-based missions. Or you can just walk out without bothering about it. Pick a direction, start dragging your hips, and run into the living world we’re going through.”
In other gaming news, Microsoft will be removing a series of titles from the Xbox 360 Marketplace this month.