FromSoftware, the series developer, has posted an update about when the PC servers for the Dark SoulsTrilogy will be fixed.
The online servers for the shopper were launched in January 2012. Dark Souls trilogy were shut down after a Remote Code Execution (RCE) hack was being used by some players to take control of other players’ PCs. Bandai Namco, the publisher, issued a statement last month confirming that they were investigating the problem.
As the developer stated, FromSoftware has now officially intervened in the ongoing issue. PC GamerYesterday’s statement (May 28), outlined how the company plans to address the hack.
“We are currently in the process of restoring the online servers for the Dark Souls series on PC,”FromSoftware. “We plan to restore online service for each game progressively, bringing back servers for Dark Souls 3 once we complete the necessary work to correct the problem.”
“We will provide additional updates as soon as the restoration schedule is finalised. We want to thank all our players for your patience and understanding as we work to fix this issue,”Added the developer
This statement suggests that Dark Souls 3 This will be the first installment of the trilogy that will be made available online once the RCE hack is resolved. However FromSoftware has stated that it is currently not possible to know the exact date at which the servers will go back online.
The PC servers for the Dark Souls games have been down for just over four months as of publication, but the same exploit hasn’t impacted Elden Ring – FromSoftware’s most recent title – as the servers for that game have been online since launch in February.
Getting statements from both FromSoftware and Bandai Namco should put players to rest, especially after concern for the PC servers was renewed in April when each of the game’s Steam pages had mentions of online play removed.
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