The DioField Chronicle Removes Denuvo on Steam
Square Enix’s tactical JRPG, The DioField Chronicle, has recently received a content update adding a variety of new tasks for players to undergo. Further, nearly alongside this update, the Steam version of the title has removed Denuvo.
For those unaware, Denuvo DRM is an infamous anti-tampering tool usually associated with making games perform worse than they should. While Square Enix does have a history of removing Denuvo from some of their titles months after release, this specific removal may also be due to the game’s poor reception and 45% positivity in the reviews.
The DioField Chronicle features a tactical RPG system with a new cast of characters. Further, the developer shared that the soundtrack and story are a significant focus in this new adventure. The gameplay introduces a new Real-Time Tactical Battle system that players can master. This world blends fantasy, medieval, and modern-day facets with players witnessing the Kingdom of Alletain, led by the Shaytham dynasty on DioField Island, facing conflict for the first time in 200 years.
The reason for this rise in conflict primarily lies in the presence of the mineral Jade, used for magic and sorcery creation, and the island abundantly houses it. The warring Alliance and Empire in the neighboring region are seeking Jade for obvious ends. Players will control Blue Fox, a band of elite mercenaries.
This title is developed by Lancarse Ltd, a team of veteran strategy developers. Concept art is designed by Isamu Kamikokuryo, who has provided artwork for Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy XIII.
The DioField Chronicle is now available worldwide on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
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