Triangle Strategy & Valkyrie Elysium Remove Denuvo on Steam

Fans have discovered that the Square Enix-published tactical JRPG Triangle Strategy and one of their latest action JRPGs, Valkyrie Elysium, no longer have Denuvo implementation on their PC ports via Steam.

For those unaware, Denuvo DRM is an infamous anti-tampering tool usually associated with making games perform worse than they should. Square Enix does have a history of removing Denuvo from select games months after release, with the most recent example before these two new games being their strategy JRPG The DioField Chronicle.

Throughout Valkyrie Elysium, players control the titular protagonist as she and the Einherjar she recruit battle against the forces of Fenrir to keep the realms safe. Unlike previous entries, combat this time around is action-based, with elemental affinities being at the crux of the succeeding against peril.

If you missed it, check out our review of the title’s initial PlayStation 5 release state.

Moreover, tri-Ace producer Shingo Mukaitoge expressed interest in creating a Valkyrie Profile 3 should the chance arise.

Valkyrie Elysium is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam.

We also reviewed the PlayStation 4/PlayStation 5 port of the first game’s definitive version, Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth.

Triangle Strategy takes place on the continent of Norzelia polyclonal of Glenbrook, Aesfrost, and Hyzante. The regions fight over salt and iron, which began the Saltiron War. Now years later, the threats of war reemerge as groups of knights from each region join together to fight. During gameplay, players will find themselves navigating a classic grid-based map.

If you missed it, check out our review of the PC release.

The game has sold over one million units since its initial launch.

Triangle Strategy is available on Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

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