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Oculus’ New DRM Just Made Pirating Games Way Easier

Oculus' New DRM Just Made Pirating Games Way Easier  #vr

  • The new software update Oculus started rolling out on Friday implemented new DRM that checked to see whether an Oculus Rift was connected to the PC before it launched a game.
  • Libre VR also said that he would like to work with Oculus on a solution that allows people to play Oculus game on other headsets without circumventing the ownership check.
  • Libre VR told Motherboard that he didn’t design Revive to pirate games, but that people could use it that way.
  • Different game engines integrate with Oculus’ DRM in different ways, so at the moment the new version of Revive only works with Unreal Engine games.
  • Revive, as the user-made software is called, allowed people to play games exclusive to the Oculus Rift on competing VR headsets like Valve’s and HTC’s Vive.

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It took a developer less than 24 hours to get around Oculus’ new DRM and make piracy easier than it was prior to its implementation.


Oculus’ New DRM Just Made Pirating Games Way Easier

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