Assassin's Creed: Origins Getting HDR Mode Next Week

Doris Richards
November 1, 2017

Rumors circulating the web indicated that the DRM solution was implemented at the cost of CPU usage with an additional 40% usage recorded purely for the objective of DRM, however Ubisoft has confirmed to us in a statement that this is not true and that the DRM has no effect on the performance of the game on PC. Ubisoft will be adding the god Anubis to the game and will be sharing more details in a follow-up article soon.

Ubisoft responded to yesterday's claims in a statement to Gearnuke. The game has been out since October 27th but it has yet to receive any crack from hackers, which shows that the DRM is working right now.

Available to the public and free for all attendees, the Assassin's Creed Origins "Time Travel" Exhibition will be open from 10:00am - 17:00pm on Friday 3 November 2017 at the Hospital Club in London. Despite Ubisoft's statement, though, Gear Nuke reports rumors "circulating the web indicated that the DRM solution was implemented at the cost of CPU usage with an additional 40% usage recorded purely for the objective of DRM".

Giving context to the matter, Chris Jarred over at Shack News, who reviewed the game for the outlet, says he faced no CPU issues while playing the game on PC.


"The game generally ran smoothly for me outside of cutscenes, which were full of hitching and stuttering", Jarred said.

Well, there isn't actually anything to worry about because Assassin's Creed Origins is actually selling far better than just about any other games today.

"Basically, Ubisoft have implemented VMProtect on top of Denuvo, tanking the game's performance by 30-40%, demanding that people have a more expensive CPU to play the game properly, only because of the DRM".

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