As we reported in the PC performance analysis, Resident Evil Village suffered from some very annoying stuttering issues. And from the looks of it, the culprit behind the tribes was Capcom’s own DRM. Earlier today, EMPRESS blew up this latest Resident Evil game. And we can now confirm that the pirated version does not suffer from stuttering issues.
From the looks of it, the culprit behind these tribes is Capcom’s DRM. EMPRESS claims that the game uses Capcom’s anti-tamper V3 and Denuvo V11.
“All shutters in the game like the one you killed a zombie are fixed because Capcom DRM’s entry points are patched so that most of their functions are never performed again. This provides a much smoother gaming experience. ”
To test the game thoroughly, we played the pirate version for over two hours and killed many enemies. And surprisingly, we did not get a single stutter during those two hours. Even the catacombs of Lady Dimitrescu̵
This may very well explain why Capcom has not commented on the game’s stuttering issues. Over the last couple of months, PC gamers have been asking for a solution. And thanks to piracy, we now know what causes them.
Now I do not encourage you to pirate the game. However, it’s really disappointing to witness – another game – running better via its pirated / cracked version.
Below you can find a video showing how silky soft the cracked version of Resident Evil Village actually is!