Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker
Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker

Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker Removes Denuvo On Steam

No More DRM!

Naruto is one of the most beloved manga franchises and is famous worldwide. Naruto also has a long history of video games, with the most recent installment being Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, a Multiplayer online fighting game released on 23 February 2018 for various platforms.

The game was also released on PC, along with Denuvo DRM protection. However, a recent SteamDB update suggested that Denuvo has been removed from Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.

Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker Denuvo
Source: SteamDB

For those who are not familiar with Denuvo, it is Anti-Tamper technology that protects your PC games. Denuvo stops the reverse engineering and debugging required to crack a game. It is mainly used so players buy and support the game rather than play the pirated version.

Denuvo is a paid service, so it makes sense that Namco Bandai Games decided to remove Denuvo from the four-year-old Naruto game. Usually, Denuvo is applied for the latest games, and as the game gets a year old or two, there’s no use in keeping Denuvo for the games.

The game is mainly focused on multiplayer, where a squad can go against other ninjas’ teams to compete against them. Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker provides a great experience with custom creations and a number of beloved characters from the Naruto universe.

In other news, the next Naruto game has also been rumored for 2023. Last year, Bandai Namco trademarked Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections, and a reliable leaker has claimed that the game will serve as a send-off to the Ultimate Ninja Storm series of Naruto games.

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