It appears that Capcom has had enough safety. on its Resident Evil 3 title. The Denuvo anti-tamper technology has been removed with the latest Resident Evil 3 Remake update. What’s surprising is that the game managed to hold the anti-tamper tech for quite a while, unlike other games that tend to remove it earlier once the game releases.
The Denuvo anti-tamper tech is there to ensure sales go smooth for a longer period of time before the game gets cracked. Resident Evil 3 Remake is one of the best horrific adventures and holds a renowned story of the 1999 Resident Evil 3: Nemesis release. The remake indulges Capcom’s revitalized RE Engine as it introduces a more beautiful visual.
Resident Evil 3 is a survival horror game developed and published by Capcom. It is a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and follows Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira as they attempt to survive a zombie apocalypse while being hunted by the intelligent bioweapon Nemesis.
The game is set in Racoon City during a zombie apocalypse caused by the T-Virus created as a part of an experiment by the Umbrella Corporation.
Overall, a piece of software that allows you to relive the great moments, with a slightly shallow and linear gameplay experience.