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'Tales Of Berseria' PS4 & PC Demo Released By Bandai Namco; Day-One Release Reveals Game Using Denuvo DRM [VIDEO]

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Fans and avid gamers alike of Japanese role-playing games will be pleased to announce that Bandai Namco Entertainment has provided these same fans a playable demo of the acclaimed "Tales of Berseria" to both the PS4 and PC. Moreover, it was also reported that these same fans can expect the game to be using the Denuvo DRM on its day-one PC release, according to sources.

It recently reported that a "Tales of Berseria" PS4 and PC demo was released by Bandai Namco Entertainment ahead of the game's release this month, Gamespot noted. It was also stated that the demo that was released outside of Japan will be only available on these two platforms. Fans of the game will know that "Tales of Berseria" was already launched in Japan last year and was even made available to the PlayStation 3.

That being said, the source pointed out that the "Tales of Berseria" PS4 and PC demo would allow players outside of Japan to get a glimpse of what they can expect from the game. As ofr the Windows PC, these same fans can test out their own personal rigs against the game's system requirements, which were said to be not so demanding.

Fans looking to grab a hold on the "Tales of Berseria" PS4 and PC demo can do so via the Steam and PlayStation Store.

In other news, it was also mentioned that Bandai Namco Entertainment has decided to use the Denuvo DRM on its day-one release on the PC version of "Tales of Berseria," Destructoid reported. As such, pirates will have a hard time cracking the game but would might also cause a bit of a headache for others who experienced some trouble trying to get a game (utilizing the DRM feature) on their systems.

The company stated that their decision to implement the Denuvo DRM system was to ensure that they are able to fight piracy and, thus, continue to develop more "Tales" games with the utmost caliber for their fans.

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