The PC Games pirates still haven’t cracked

The official Denuvo Wikipedia page has been updated to show which of its copy-protected games are yet to be cracked by pirates.

Notable games include FIFA 16, Just Cause 3 and DOOM.

Despite successful attempts cracking Denvo, the tool has largely been considered successful in combatting piracy with most legitimate sales for major games happened within 30 days of release.

You can check out the full games that are still Denuvo-protected in the list below:

  1. FIFA 16
  2. Might & Magic Heroes VII: Trial by Fire
  3. Star Wars Battlefront
  4. Just Cause 3
  5. Unravel
  6. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
  7. Far Cry Primal
  8. Hitman
  9. Need for Speed
  10. Eve: Gunjack (game for VR headset)
  11. ADR1FT
  12. The Climb (game for VR headset)
  13. DOOM
  14. Homefront: The Revolution
  15. Total War: Warhammer
  16. Edge of Nowhere (game for VR headset)
  17. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  18. Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
  19. ABZÛ
  20. F1 2016
  21. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  22. Fernbus Simulator
  23. Champions of Anteria
  24. God Eater 2: Rage Burst

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  • XenitXTD

    Ever thought there is not enough demand on some titles to crack them?

    Fifa is mostly a Console game as that is where the bulk of its player base is so why put time into that?

    So i guess its a choose what people mostly want first then the rest comes later when there is free time.

  • This Guy

    Star wars battlefront? lol? a multiplayer online game?

  • Stan Smith

    Oh, why did they crack Inside then?

  • Johann Botha

    Who pirates anymore, wait a few months and pick it up for next to nothing. It’s almost as useless as pirating music these days.

  • Wulvz

    Total war: Warhammer? Pirated already.

  • Johan Lewis Last

    Who would want to crack a soccer game anyways….it is soccer. I count soccer games in the same category as that sheep emulator/simulator

  • Nick

    Denuvo games are much harder to crack. As far as i know only 3DM have managed to crack any Denuvo games, and have since stopped cracking, in order to see if piracy has a real impact on sales.

  • Johan Lewis Last

    Very true. I will not pay more than R500 for any game, so I always wait for the price to come down (like Doom). But then again I mostly play SWTOR online anyways…yeah I am boring right…lol

  • Nick

    I have seen only bogus versions, or uncracked versions floating around.

  • William

    FIFA16, DOOM and Just Cause 3 is cracked on PC. Got buddies playing them “Cracked”. They ain’t never buying originals regardless if they cheap to buy at a later stage.

  • Yes? There’ve been countless games cracked to date which have been multiplayer-only affairs. Thus it oughtn’t be surprising at all.

  • More often than not the folks serious about doing the cracking don’t go solely on demand, they go on wanting to prove it can be done.

    Similar to why a kid hacked the Pentagon; not to gain something, but to see if he could do it.

  • This Guy

    Why bother though?

  • For the same reason folks play other cracked games? So they don’t have to pay for the full thing?

    Not sure what part of the idea is confusing.

  • Oom_Soutie

    I’m pretty sure a friend of mine has a perfectly working cracked version of Doom…the single player version, at least.

  • DieSlakkie

    …because for online gaming you need to create a legitimate account to play online.
    So for the DRM is actually null in void.
    …but on the other hand, protect your IP, why not.

  • DieSlakkie

    Different strokes for different okes.
    If screaming in front of the tv/pc at your friends ain’t for you, don’t bash on the people that do.

  • Pretty sure even BF4 has seen a fake battlelog system made for people wanting to play cracked versions of that.

    For a much older example, look at World of Warcraft; an online-only game which has had practically fully-functional ‘hacked’ servers for awhile now.

  • Martin Samuel

    Tell that to the hundreds of thousands of people playing WoW on cracked servers 😉

  • Johan Lewis Last

    True. But the word “I” gives it all away. People love different things. Sport games is not something I like, but other people do. Scary FPS games I do like but a friend of mine do not like scary FPS games but he does like other FPS games. I play this one online game where I am also art of a guild. I love my guild’s name, because that is how I play games – ITS A GAME FFS – that is the name of my guild btw.

  • This Guy

    but if you have a cracked battlefront, you wont be able to play online and the server side was never released to the public. Hence my “Why bother?”

  • This Guy

    yeah but they are faaaaaaaaar behind.

  • Far as I know, these days they’re typically half an expansion behind by the time the next expansion releases.

    That is to say, with Legion having just released, I imagine they’ll only be half-way behind on… Warlords of Draenor?

    To those playing on those servers, not having to pay for the expansions nor having to pay a subscription is motivation-enough to them to at least give the fake servers a try – which *still* cuts into Blizzard’s bottom line.

  • Sure you could play online, granting a server emulator existed for the game (I think a Battlefield 4 one exists already, but don’t quote me on that).

    It’s the premise behind such programs as Tunngle, which is used by many to play a wide variety of hacked games online which would otherwise be reliant on ‘publisher-run servers’ to be ‘playable’.

  • Gatehi Mwaniki

    most of these have been cracked with time. irrelevant list

The PC Games pirates still haven’t cracked

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