FromSoftware says it is one step closer to restoring PC servers for its Dark Souls games months after the studio forced them to take them offline.
“We are currently in the process of restoring the online servers for the Dark Souls series on PC,” FromSoftware † “We plan to gradually restore the online service for each game, bringing servers back for Dark Souls 3 once we have completed the necessary work to fix the problem.”
From didn’t say exactly when it would bring its servers back online, but promised to share additional details once it established a final schedule. In a statement, Dark Souls publisher Bandai Namco later shared: the company clarified that the recovery process would begin with: Dark Souls 3† “We would like to thank all our players for their patience and understanding as we work to resolve this issue,” said From.
The statement follows FromSoftware’s announcement on February 9 that it had identified the source of the remote exploit issue. At the time, the studio would keep its PC servers for Dark Souls offline until after its February 25 release Elden Ring† From’s latest game has also had online issues. In March, hackers found an exploit that could force PC players into a . Fortunately, From quickly solved the problem.
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