, TBH most if not all PC games suffer from that issue, even most apps such as photoshop and stuff are having that issue. the thing is, is that piracy truthfully hurts the industry by a very very very little amount. Most people who pirate the game do so because they wouldn't beable to get it in the first place, or have the money to purchase it.
There are also others that buy the legit game, and then pirate it inorder to have the DRM of that game removed because it's absolute BS.
Lastly there are those that pirate to see if the game truly is worth the money, like having a fully featured demo more or less. If you got the real demo, all the excitied bits of the game might only be what they show in the demo, and the actual game could be boring as hell aside from what was in the demo, so why spend money on that?
So overall, "pirating" doesn't hurt games at all, infact you could say that it helps the gaming industry because the game spreads more, and those that pirated the game might tell their friends how fun the game is, and their friends go buy it. If he didn't pirate the game, his friends wouldn't know. And since he pirated in the first place, he wouldn't have bought it anyways, so basically it's free adveritsing for the game company lol.