Rage 2 has now gotten rid of Denuvo anti-tamper DRM, following the interesting, yet confusing episode where people realised that the DRM was loaded on top of the game's Steam version, while not being present in its Bethesda.net iteration.
Rage 2 patch notes which you can find below will tell you all you need to know about the game's latest update, of the various crashes and issues it resolves, and other assorted info. Now that Rage 2 Denuvo is out of the picture, even the naysayers can relax.
Rage 2 Hotfix 5/16/19
- Removes Denuvo DRM (We saw a few requests.)
- Enables Crash Reporter for error reporting
- Fixes occasional crash related to Scaleform
- Fixes occasional crash on startup
- Fixes issue where Bethesda.net users would always default to English
- Razer Chroma effects enabled by default
Of course, this is just the very first hotfix for Rage 2, and with the Crash Reporter enabled, it should make for an easier time of reporting what bugs remain for future fixing. Even though the developers are excited for the prospect of working on Rage 3, post-launch content release schedule for Rage 2 is rather substantial as well.