The Resident Evil 4 remake has received overwhelming positive reviews across the board, but this does not mean that the launch has been a pain. PC players on Steam have been raving about the game's use of Denuvo DRM, claiming that it results in performance issues on configurations that should be capable of handling the remake.
This is just the latest example of a game that has been criticized for its controversial DRM, which is intended to deter or at least deter piracy attempts. Despite this, the remake seems to be a step too far in the right direction.
This is not the only player who is experiencing difficulties, although it's a small number.
The use of Denuvo DRM in Resident Evil 4 Remake will always be controversial, much to the dismay of many when it is eventually removed, as Capcom did with Resident Evil 2 Remake. The bad news is that this took place almost a year after the release, so anyone who wants to play DRM-free will likely have to wait a while.
The issue with Resident Evil 4 Remake appears to be minor in nature. In this case, Denuvo DRM was unable to prevent the game from being hacked and made it worse for everyone who bought it legally.