Lately, Doom Eternal received a new update on PC to counteract the phenomenon of cheater in online modes. The problem: this solution seems to reside in the new Anti-Cheat Denuvo, created by Irdeto and that divided the community in two, between supporters and detractors.

The main problem that is taken into consideration concerns the installation of the Anti-Cheat itself which, as happened with Valuing, acts within the kernel of your operating system and could (in the worst case) allow hackers to run del malware to damage your machine. In addition, it appears that the new update has made it unplayable the title on Linux.

And although Bethesda herself confirmed the non-invasiveness of the software via the latest one Patch Notes, not everyone is thrilled with this new update.