One wonders why anyone still bothers buying a Denuvo license anymore. For a good while, it had a reputation of being so complex that even the best crackers had issues understanding what's going on. Then it not only got cracked, but a toolkit holding info on how to do it for more games appeared from what I've heard. Even deviations in Denuvo's code are now being seen through. DRM only backfires in the long run (SafeDisc, anyone?) and is not a worthwhile expense anymore, and even tieing games to specific platforms like Steam, PSN and Xbox Live doesn't guarantee that you'll be playing the games you own after those platforms inevitably die. GOG got that memo, but relatively few bother to release games there (properly).