Yakuza 0 Gets Rid of Denuvo DRM In New Beta Update
Almost a half a year after its release, Yakuza 0 receives a Beta update which removes
This Beta update brings forth a lot of fixes and improvements to various parts of the game. Ultrawide Support has finally been fixed which was something that tons of users were requesting at launch.
What caught our eye though was the removal of
Another great fix in the update is the Lighting Fix. The lighting in certain scenes didn’t render shaders and shadows properly making the scene look darker and blander, especially the skin tone of characters. Particle effects have also been fixed with this.
Other than those changes, there’s also been a significant improvement to Mouse Support. When using the mouse to move the camera around now feels smoother, more accurate and overall less sluggish. While not absolutely perfect, it is a big improvement.
They’ve also added a FOV slider and a lot of other Quality-of-life improvements like improved Alt-Tabbing, target monitor selection if you have multiple monitors and other miscellaneous crash fixes.
While not the fastest on fixing the game and updating it, the fact that Sega is still listening to community feedback and releasing updates to fix their game 6 months after release is good to see. Not to mention they’ve removed
Yakuza Kiwami does not have
We hope Sega also learns from the shortcomings of Yakuza 0 and release Kiwami with all these fixes already in place and don’t release the game with the same problems. But that’s just hoping until February 19th which is when Yakuza Kiwami releases on PC.
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