Yeah, but: 1. It doesn't. Even Denuvo has been cracked on numerous games, sometimes even before release day. Besides that, most players who pirate a game weren't going to pay for it anyway. 2. It can negatively affect game performance. 3. It limits what legitimate customers can do with their games. For instance, Denuvo prevents us from changing the executable and possibly the DLLs, which is going to limit mod potential. 4. It might result in the game no longer being playable by legitimate customers when Denuvo's servers go down, or when Amazon AWS is having a bad day, or whatever. 5. It requires an Internet connection, even if you're playing solo. That might not matter to you, but it matters a lot to me when I travel and don't always have a connection. But sure, keep parroting the DRM industry's talking points.