Assassin’s Creed-Origins double-layer encryption causes CPU load to increase?

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Assassin's Creed-Origins

Recently, some media released the “Assassin’s Creed: Origins” performance analysis, from the results of the game need a very strong CPU, in order to ensure smooth operation, but they found a shocking result, “Assassin’s Creed: Origin” use the D-encryption system, will take up a lot of CPU usage, this data is about 30% -40%.

After analysis, Ubisoft in addition to D encryption for the game to join the VMProtect shell tool, also joined the game for the double insurance – after all, D encryption has been repeatedly overcome several times. So, as of now, there is no crack team announced they cracked “Assassin’s Creed: origin”.

This is a good thing for Ubisoft, but for the players, double encryption directly led to the CPU load soared, according to the players revealed that the use of encryption, the game increased by about 30% -40% of the CPU operation.

But these conditions are players to reflect, and no official to come forward to clarify, but according to evaluation, the game encryption system does make a lot of CPU suffered, it seems to run smoothly this game, you must have a strong CPU.

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