Steam user attracted attentionthat the page of the open-world zombie action game Dying Light 2 Stay Human on the Valve service mentioned Denuvo’s anti-piracy protection.
The Polish studio didn’t specify how Techland would protect the PC version of its idea, but there were premise – the project would bypass GOG, which sells DRM-free games (including Dying Light).
We’re not talking about a bug either: the fact that Dying Light 2 Stay Human uses the Denuvo system, at the request of an interested user confirmed by Techland technical support.
The mere presence of Denuvo in a big-budget release shouldn’t come as a surprise, but such things are usually revealed months before a game’s release, not a few days.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is expected to premiere on February 4th on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. Previously, the developers talked about the alternation of day and night in the Project.