From: Cologne, Germany
ORIGINAL: Peter Fisla
Does anyone know if the Theatre of War 2: Kursk on www.impulsedriven.com has the eLicense DRM ? If it doesn't I would like to buy the game.
With TOW, there were several distribution versions, say the Kalypso version, which still had an eLicense system.
Also, owners of non-battlefront/1C versions usually have to wait way longer for the release of their particular patch version, and it seems that TOW2:Kursk from impulsedriven also has a different version number 1.3.1 (latest patch for BF TOW2:Kursk -> 1.3., IIRC).
I'm not sure whether the Impulse-version of TOW2:Kursk incorporates an eLicense-system, but they do employ their own DRM "Reactor" at least, like hadberz stated.
I can't imagine that BF would allow to do without eLicense, though. King's Bounty is a totally different game, published by 1C, but developed by Katauri (and not by battlefront).
< Message edited by GoodGuy -- 6/17/2010 12:54:20 AM >
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