Better late than never.
Probably, in the gaming community there is no other software “product” that causes genuine fury like the Denuvo DRM protection system. Most players blame Denuvo for the negative impact on performance, while the Jolly Rogers have the audacity to accuse developers and publishers of obstructing the creation of “popular” versions of games. In any case, in the modern world, voting for everything is accepted with a wallet, and if the presence of Denuvo does not suit someone, then an economic boycott should be arranged. Be that as it may, in relation to Resident Evil Village, this topic is no longer relevant: Denuvo has been officially removed from it.
It is noteworthy that Capcom did this without an official announcement, quietly. The fact of changes in the files, and specifically in the significantly “thinner” executable file, which is the main evidence of the removal of Denuvo, was noticed in the publication DSO Gaming. Obviously, Capcom does not see anything in this action that makes sense to announce publicly. And that in itself is commendable.
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Resident Evil Village was released in May 2021. Thus, it took almost two years for Capcom to make the only right decision.