Robert Bagratuni, head of the Mundfish team, in response to a user’s question about whether Denuvo anti-piracy protection will be present in Atomic Heart, said that they have plans to introduce a DRM system into the game. For this reason, it is not yet known exactly how the PC version of the project will be protected (there is no corresponding plate on the game page on Steam yet).
When the head of the studio was asked if Denuvo would affect performance if it was used, he replied that it was still difficult to answer this question, but Bagratuni added that the game will support NVIDIA DLSS technology, which will significantly increase FPS. This feature will allegedly allow you to win back lost frames in case Denuvo really negatively affects the gameplay. True, he forgot to note that only RTX video cards support this option.
We remind you that the release of Atomic Heart should take place on February 21 this year. It will be possible to play it on consoles of the current and past generations, as well as PCs.
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