Intel Alder Lake processors are out now, and they’re seriously speedy in games as you’ll find out in our Core i9 12900K review and Core i5 12600K review. Though, there are a few games that the exact opposite is true—where DRM, or Digital Rights Management, prevent the processor from booting the game whatsoever.

It’s an issue we were made aware of in the run-up to Intel’s 12th Gen release, and one that I ran into during testing with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. Intel gave me the following response: “We are aware of an issue with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, and we are working with the game publisher on a fix.”




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