Mass Effect Legendary Edition no longer has Denuvo in its PC version, with the anti-piracy security system that it was removed from BioWare and EA with the recent patch released yesterday, focused on an overall performance boost.
Among the various fixes applied to the game, there is also the disappearance of Denuvo, which is no longer active for the PC version of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, which should make many users happy, considering how much the system anti-tamper in question is considered annoying or even harmful by the community of PC gamers.
The strange thing is that such a removal it does not appear in the notes official released by EA on the characteristics of the patch, however Denuvo seems to be no longer active on any of the three chapters that make up the collection, although relatively few days have passed since the game’s release.
We don’t know exactly what happened to get EA to make this move like that presto, considering that the removal of the anti-tamper software usually comes a few months after the launch of the games, or even years.
Perhaps, already considering the various initiatives undertaken to increase performance of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on PC, the developers realized the problems that Denuvo could bring in these terms and decided for its removal, but at the moment there are no precise explanations in this regard.
In the meantime, we refer you to the in-depth analysis that explains in what order to play the DLCs of the collection, as well as obviously remembering the review of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, in case you have not read it yet.