2Dark has already been cracked though... the core data encryption of Denuvo isn't going to really change that much, sure it might block them temporarily but no copy protection has ever completely stopped crackers, Denuvo isn't nearly as potent as Starforce was back in the mid 2000s and that was eventually beaten. If you want to stop piracy, lower the costs - stop with the greed. Sure games these days cost a lot more than they did 10 years ago to make, but the sales more than make up for it along with very healthy profit margins especially now with stupidly overpriced DLC and season passes which you didn't have 10 years ago.. Stopping piracy starts with stopping publishers greed, there is absolutely no reason publishers should be charging $50 for season passes, or $10 for day 1 DLC costumes and junk like that.Case and point, if the game is good - it'll doesn't matter if its on steam, origin, uplay or DRM free gog. Witcher 3 could have been pirated to death, but...shock?? Horror?? It wasn't??!! DRM isn't really so much about protecting sales, it is more about control - same with online authentication for single player games.