After 3 days of CPY’s Mass Effect Andromeda pirated release, BioWare releases patch 1.05 for Mass Effect Andromeda that supposedly contains the “NEW” variant of Denuvo DRM (its DRM no matter how they refuse it).
“Conspiracy” that stands for a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or CPY in short, had successfully dominated over Denuvo DRM after cracking several (20+) games protected by it in a very short period of time with the fastest release being Resident Evil 7 in only 5 days. Just like last time in 2015 after cracking 5 Denuvo protected titles due to a loophole, CPY finds difficulty as new variant of Denuvo arrives yet again and already implemented in games like Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, NieR Automata, Dead Rising 4.
Just on 7th April, Mass Effect Andromeda adds itself to the list of new Denuvo protected titles and soon the list will get only longer.
It will be interesting to see how and when CPY take on this new variant of Denuvo as they did it 2 times before already.
As for those thinking genuine users would have gotten relief from the crab-walk animations with patch 1.05, they are probably wrong, such issues still remain strong with the game.