Ubisoft is walking back another promised feature for its medieval melee combat game For Honor, revealing this week that the game's single-player story mode requires a persistent online connection in order to function.
Oculus VR has updated its Home software, taking the surprising step of removing the headset check from its DRM. That means that modders can make games work on the Vive or other headsets, which may mend some bridges in the community.
GOG has just launched GOG Connect. It gives consumers the ability to download certain games from their Steam library through GOG, DRM free. This will help prevent consumers from having to buy the same game twice.
It was fun while it lasted. Oculus Rift exclusive titles no longer work on the HTC Vive VR platform. An updated to the Oculus App broke the workaround, meaning anyone who bought Rift games can only play them on a Rift.
The creator of critically acclaimed The Witness, Jonathan Blow, voices concerns that the game garnered high popularity on a torrent website. Blow says that his next game might use DRM protection to stop pirates.
Publisher Ubisoft announced that it is overhauling its Uplay service as it prepares for the upcoming launch of Ubisoft Club, a multiplatform rewards program that gives players access to bonus in-game content and exclusive…
SafeDisc or Securom DRM, which is installed on hundreds of old disc-based games, are a no-go on Windows 10. Users can't run on these games on the newly updated OS without running through complex workarounds.
With an overwhelming demand for greater video quality, Windows 10 may introduce a new iteration of Microsoft's PlayReady 3.0 hardware digital rights management (DRM) technology to allow 4K streaming on PCs.
DRM might be the bane of digital media files, especially if you intend to access your legitimate purchases on multiple devices. Check out our guide on how strip your audio and video files of DRM restrictions, whether using a Windows-based…
One of Keurig's competitors is distributing a device called the Freedom Clip, a retrofittable clip that snaps onto Keurig 2.0 machines and permanently disables Green Mountain's DRM technology, letting you brew any kind of K-cup you want.