Doom Eternal comes with Denuvo anti-tampering software designed to prevent piracy, but apparently the game effectively torpedoed its own protection right from the get-go.
That’s because Bethesda reportedly included a Denuvo-free executable with the initial release version of Doom Eternal.
This was present in the version of the game provided by the Bethesda Launcher, with the DRM-less executable file simply sitting in a folder labeled ‘Original’ inside the main Doom Eternal folder (indicating that this was the original EXE, before DRM was added – it’s far smaller in size, unsurprisingly).
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