Dozens of games don’t work on 12th-gen Intel CPUs, but there’s a fix

Game over, man! Game over!

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Denuvo, a popular but resource-intensive digital rights management program, has been the bane of PC gamers for years. With the recent introduction of Intel's impressive new 12th-gen processors, it looks like gamers have yet another reason to dislike DRM. According to a report from Intel itself, dozens of popular games which use the Denuvo anti-tamper system are crashing when running on the new hardware.

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Michael Crider

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