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Async compute is known to cause system crashes, even on new hardware. Disabling async compute in the graphics options should fix the freezing/crashing issues. Those who experience crashes using a Nvidia card should download Display Driver Uninstaller, run in safe mode and update to the 398.36 driver which contains a potential fix. Fix effectiveness has not yet been ascertained.
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This is a list of games and software available on Steam that do not require the use of the Steam client itself (after the game or software is downloaded using the client), do not contain any third-party DRM (Digital rights management, e.g. Games for Windows - LIVE, Uplay, Denuvo Anti-Tamper, etc.), and do not utilize the optional Valve CEG (Custom Executable Generation) component, making them effectively launcher-free applications once downloaded. This allows usage of the game directly both offline and without utilization of Steam or third-party software running.
In several of the cases listed here, the game's developers released the source code expressly to prevent their work from becoming abandonware. Such source code is often released under varying (free and non-free, commercial and non-commercial) software licenses to the games' communities or the public; artwork and data are often released under a different license than the source code, as the copyright situation is different or more complicated. The source code may be pushed by the developers to public repositories (e.g. SourceForge or GitHub), or given to selected game community members, or sold with the game, or become available by other means. The game may be written in an interpreted language such as BASIC or Python, and distributed as raw source code without being compiled; early software was often distributed in text form, as in the book BASIC Computer Games. In some cases when a game's source code is not available by other means, the game's community "reconstructs" source code from compiled binary files through time-demanding reverse engineering techniques.
3DM, a Chinese warez group, first claimed to have breached Denuvo's technology in a blog post published on 1 December 2014, wherein they announced that they would release cracked versions of Denuvo-protected games FIFA 15, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Lords of the Fallen. Following onto this, 3DM released the version of Dragon Age: Inquisition about two weeks after that game had shipped. The overall cracking progress took about a month, an unusually long time in the game cracking scene. When asked about this development, Denuvo Software Solutions acknowledged that "every protected game eventually gets cracked". However, technology website Ars Technica noted that most sales for major games happen within 30 days of release, and so publishers may consider Denuvo a success if it meant a game took significantly longer to be cracked. In January 2016, 3DM's founder, Bird Sister, revealed that they were to give up on trying to break the Denuvo implementation for Just Cause 3, and warned that, due to the ongoing trend for the implementation, there would be "no free games to play in the world" in the near future. Subsequently, 3DM opted to not crack any games for one year to examine whether such a move would have any influence on game sales. Denuvo's marketing director, Thomas Goebl, claimed that some console-exclusive games get PC releases due to this technology.
Under the Unreal Engine section of the Epic Games launcher, you can install the latest version of the engine for free and manage your current projects. You can also browse a separate marketplace of resources, such as 3D assets, AI systems, and lighting models. Items frequently go on sale, and you can filter your search by different categories, just like on the game store. Game development requires specialized knowledge, so we recommend making sure you at least learn to code first, but the Unreal Engine section offers plenty of educational material for getting started with the engine and moving on to advanced techniques (sculpting human faces, augmented reality).