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Oculus Rift Anti-Piracy Update Allows for Even More Piracy

Oculus Rift's latest anti-piracy update actually opened it up to even more piracy

  • When Revive was first released, Oculus told IGN: “This is a hack, and we don’t condone it.
  • An Oculus Rift security update seen by many to be a response to Revive – the mod that allows players to play Oculus-exclusive games on the HTC Vive VR headset – has backfired, allowing for full-scale game piracy.
  • It means that Revive can now technically be used to stop the system being able to tell if a copy of a game was legitimately acquired.
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@IGN: “Oculus Rift’s latest anti-piracy update actually opened it up to even more piracy”


The Revive mod, which allows for Oculus-exclusive games on Vive, now includes a piracy-enabling workaround.


Oculus Rift Anti-Piracy Update Allows for Even More Piracy

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