Seven long months after the shutdown Dark souls, dark souls 2 and Dark Souls 3 PC servers are finally being brought back online due to a security issue. “Online features for the PC version of Dark Souls 3 were reactivated”, on the official Dark Souls Twitter account. “We are working to restore these features to all other #DarkSouls titles and will let you know when they are operational again.”
Attackers found an exploit in it back in January Dark Souls 3 which allowed them to remotely execute code and hijack a player’s PC. By and publisher Bandai Namco the player vs player servers for the PC versions of the Dark Souls games while they worked on a fix.
They hoped to get the servers back online in time for the release of in February. That obviously didn’t happen. In May, they are “currently in the process of restoring the online servers for the Dark Souls series on PC” to begin Dark Souls 3. It is not clear why this process took another three months. Hopefully From and Bandai Namco get that Dark Souls and dark souls 2 Server back up soon. Meanwhile, you can invade another player’s again Dark Souls 3 game on pc.
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https://www.engadget.com/dark-souls-3-pc-servers-are-finally-back-online-seven-months-later-202533974.html?src=rss ‘Dark Souls 3’ PC servers are finally back online, seven months later