Bethesda has released a new update for Wolfenstein Youngblood that removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Wolfenstein: Youngblood came out in 2019 so it took Bethesda almost three years in order to remove it.
In Wolfenstein: Youngblood, players can team up with a friend or play alone, level up, explore, and complete missions to unlock new abilities, weapons, gadgets, cosmetics, and more to complement their playstyle and customize their appearance.
To be honest, I was disappointed with this latest Wolfenstein game. The game relies heavily on co-op and puts a lot of emphasis on looting. This seriously doesn’t feel like a Wolfenstein game.
But anyway, at least the game does no longer have Denuvo, so that’s good news.
Back in January 2020, Bethesda released a patch that added support for Ray Tracing and DLSS. MachineGames and Arkane used Ray Tracing in order to enhance the game’s reflections. You can find our benchmarks here.
Bethesda has removed Denuvo from Wolfenstein Youngblood