The PC version of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time comes with DRM always online (Digital Rights Management), even if you don’t have Multiplayer.
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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s all about time launched exclusively on Activision Blizzard ‘s Battle.net platform for PC on March 26th.
Each time the game launches it has to check Blizzard servers to confirm ownership. This is despite the fact that the game does not have online features such as multiplayer.
On launch day, Blizzard attendees also went down, meaning that people who purchased the game when it was installed were unable to log in and play the game, due to the requirements He has DRM.
In response to a Blizzard tweet about their server issues, one fan said “Imagine always trying to play a single player game with DRM online at this point. ”
Imagine always trying to play a single player game with DRM online during this time… (Crash 4)
– Zachary Carreiro (@ZacharyCarreiro) March 27, 2021
Online DRM is usually added to games to make piracy a more difficult prospect, but according to a PC gamer, the game has already turned on online piracy forums.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s all about Time was released on custom-gen consoles last October to get high praise. Stacey Henley told NME that she was a “sublime platformer” who understood the “classic Crash trilogy and at the same time understood the perfect way to update” in her four-and-a-half star review.
In addition to the issues reported by DRM are always online, the PC version of Crash Bandicoot 4 there is support for 4K resolutions and uncoated frame
Crash Bandicoot: On the run! also launched for iOS and Android devices on March 25th. On the run! is an endless runner, created by the famous developer King Candy Crush Saga.