Crytek defend their decision to make use of DRM in Crysis 2
Crytek, developer of upcoming Sci-Fi shooter Crysis 2 has defended their decision to make use of DRM in its game by claiming that most fail to notice it.
In an interview to GameShark, executive producer Natham Camarillo said, "I know there's a lot of negative feelings toward DRM, but, I mean, what are we supposed to do? The actions of a few are causing maybe a mild inconvenience for others.
"If I'm playing a game and it has DRM on it, do I notice? Not really. I just know that there's something going on, but doesn't really enhance my play experience. So, it's something that we'll have to look at in the future."
Just a month before Crysis 2 launch PC build of the game got leaked online. Crytek and EA in a joint statement said, "Piracy continues to damage the PC packaged goods market and the PC development community."