Gotham Knights temporarily lost anti-piracy software on PC after its developer released a new patch.
as seen Eurogamer (Opens in a new tab)following Gotham Knights Earlier this week the PC patch, Warner Bros. Developer Montreal inadvertently removed Denuvo (the game’s anti-piracy software) from the PC version of the game. Ass SteamDB (Opens in a new tab) It shows today, however, that seems to have been re-added since then. But this means that, for a short time, Gotham Knights were exposed to hackers.
It’s unclear at the moment how this will affect the game in the long run – although there’s already been chatter about a cracked, peer-to-peer build of the Deluxe Edition – but it means some people out there have. probably secured a pirated copy of the game. It’s actually not like they pulled off the heist of the century, as any ethically obtained version will not receive the same patches or updates in the future as the regular version. It probably won’t even let people who use it into multiplayer, which is a huge part of the game.
As for what this update actually did to help the Gotham Knights, you can read on full patch notes here (Opens in a new tab). Basically, it made some general changes, such as fixes for various “UI issues”, “localization fixes”, “specific keyboard/mouse input issues”, etc. It also fixed an issue that prevented players from being able to join friends via invitations, and improved game stability by addressing some crashes.
Gotham Knights is getting a free 4-player co-op mode next month The better news is that it will come in the form of a free update for everyone who already owns the game. The online-only mode, called ‘Heroic Assault’, is completely separate from the main campaign and is set to launch on November 29.
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