City Patrol: Police first game to use new Valeroa DRM

Posted on Friday, Nov 30 2018 @ 15:13 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DSO Gaming reports there's a new anti-tamper technology in town that promises less nuisance than Denuvo. City Patrol: Police is the first game to adopt Valeroa, a piece of DRM that promises to be extremely difficult to crack before and closely after the game release date.

Valeroa does not require an Internet connection, places no restrictions on the number of daily installations or hardware changes, and does not continuously perform read/write operations on your hard drive.
As for its protection period, the team behind it had this to say:

“Valeroa Anti-Tamper is extremely difficult to crack before and closely after the game release date. The protection becomes a lot easier to crack after a predefined period. We have no problem with organised pirate groups or individuals who crack Valeroa once the protection is weakened. We definitely don’t prosecute people who just play cracked games.”


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