Sonic Frontiers will likely remove the controversial feature

It looks like Sega may be removing a somewhat controversial feature from the upcoming release of vocal boundaries. Overall, we still don’t know much about the latest entry in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Although some gameplay footage of the project has been shown in recent months, Sega has remained very quiet about the game in general and what surprises it will bring in the store. Fortunately, for those looking to play vocal boundaries On PC, it looks like an annoying feature might not be included.

As noted in SteamDBa site that tracks backend functionality with Valve’s Steam platform, the PC version of vocal boundaries It seems that it no longer includes Denuvo. If you’re not familiar with what Denuvo is, in short, it’s the anti-fraud and hacking software that publishers often include in their PC versions to protect them from hackers. And while there’s nothing controversial about Denuvo at a baseline level, it has begun to draw criticism in recent years for the impact of its inclusion on games. Specifically, Denuvo has been cited in the past as a major factor leading to slowdowns and performance issues with various PC titles.

Basically, if Denuvo is not included in the PC version of vocal boundariesThis means that the game will likely run better at launch. Given how fast-paced Sonic the Hedgehog games often become, this would be a huge boost to the game and would definitely make it that much better in the eyes of fans. However, there is always the possibility that Denuvo will be included in this Steam iteration vocal boundariesSo don’t take this leak as the whole truth just yet.

At the time of writing this report, vocal boundaries It still doesn’t have an exact release date but is due to arrive sometime this holiday season. When it’s released, it will reach PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch platforms as well as PC.

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