Conan Exiles Has Leaked Without the Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM


Conan Exiles is an open-world survival game, in the brutal lands of Conan The Barbarian. The player is an exile, one of thousands cast out to fend for themselves in a barbaric wasteland swept by terrible sandstorms and besieged on every side by Enemies. Here you must fight to survive, build and dominate.

A lot of people were disappointed and furious about the latest game Conan Exiles using the Denuvo DRM. There was a lot of criticism, saying there wasn’t a need for the DRM because if people wanted to play multiplayer they will eventually have to buy the game. Conan Exiles is an always-online title that offers players the ability to host their own private servers and play the game. The game also supports local play.

This game is in early access now on Steam but pirates have other plans, uploading the complete game before the released date without the Denuvo DRM. This is again a massive blow to the Denuvo company which saw its greatest fall when Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was cracked/bypassed by the infamous hacker group known as CPY in less than a week’s release. Will Funcom change its decision of adding Denuvo in the final release? We have to wait till its official release to know.