The problem of piracy has long been consolidated for years and for this reason software houses are increasingly committed to fighting it, seeking more or less effective systems to prevent their work from being frustrated by illegally distributed and free online copies. Almost never the various protections are really served with something, with cracked versions of the games already available after a few days from marketing, but Assassin's Creed Origins, a month after the release, is still resisting.
The game is plated Ubisoft uses two security systems, Denuvo e VMProtect, which is making difficult the task of "insiders" and that currently forces you to buy the title if you want to play (as it should be). Unfortunately, however, this has also caused some complaints: it would seem that the dual security system is busy enough CPU limiting the performance of the game itself.
It should be emphasized, however, that these allegations are at the moment without foundation, but only of the considerations of some users on the web; in any case the solution adopted by Ubisoft uses the latest version of the protection Denuvo, as well as other titles that actually have not yet been pirated, among which we find Sonic Forces, Injustice 2, Football Manager 2018, Need for Speed Payback e Star Wars Battlefront 2, which might already be in itself the main reason for this little resistance record for Assassin's Creed Origins.