Mass Effect Legendary Edition is no longer protected by Denuvo anti-piracy protection, which Electronic Arts itself decided not to disclose. We don’t know why this was done quietly, but it may have something to do with the fact that the game has already hit pirate sites from torrents.
BioWare removed the Denuvo anti-piracy protection from Mass Effect Legendary Edition as part of the latest update. What is interesting, in the list of patches there is no information about this change, so the developers have done it inconspicuously.
Why they did this is not officially known.
Of course, there is no fully effective tool that will protect games from pirates forever, as the head of the company responsible for this DRM said earlier, but there is no doubt that Denuvo has had too many failures in this regard.
Denuvo is also designed to protect games on the PlayStation 5, but not from pirates, but from cheaters in multiplayer variants. A few months ago, Sony admitted that the PlayStation 5 productions were already using DRM, but their names were not specified.