From the page related to Borderlands 3 on Epic Game Store, it emerges the confirmation that the game will use the anti-tamper Denuvo software as a security system on PC.
Borderlands 3 is one of the most anticipated titles planned for the next period, so it can be particularly interesting the fact that you use Denuvo on PC, considering how much the software in question makes videogamers discuss.
Borderlands 3 has the release date set for September 13, 2019, and in addition to not having the ability to preload the game and be exclusive to Epic Games Store, it apparently has another feature with a good chance of sparking controversy between the PC user: the use of Denuvo anti-tampering software.
The presence of Denuvo is shown directly on the product page on the Epic Store and is not really a novelty, but a confirmation that can be quite unwelcome for many users. Although the issue is still debated and unclear, the problem of using Denuvo, beyond the more or less ideological implications of DRM controls, is the fact that it seems to weigh heavily on computer performance, making games heavier and in some cases also limiting performance.
As often happens, it is still possible that Gearbox decides later to remove Denuvo after a certain period of time, since these security systems are usually used above all to safeguard the launch sales of the games.