I hope Dark Souls 3 was resting in a bonfire recently, as its servers were once again down. FromSoftware confirmed that PvP multiplayer for the Steam version of the game has gone offline in a tweet and said it will provide an update when details are available to share. When I published this post, there was no explanation as to what the cause of the downtime might be.
Dark Souls’ multiplayer has had a rough year. Game server only has returned a month ago, after spending seven months offline. FromSoftware disabled PvP mode for all Dark Souls games on Steam in January after discovering security hole that could affect anyone playing online games. The servers for Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2 have yet to be restored.
At this time, there is a confirmed issue with the online game DARK SOULS III via the Steam platform.
We are investigating the source of the issue and will notify you as soon as more details become available.
Thank you for your patience. #Dark Souls
– Dark Souls (@DarkSoulsGame) September 21, 2022
Needless to say, players weren’t happy to see the game’s PvP go offline again shortly after being brought back. Due to that date, some players even resorted to calling the disco demigods Earth, Wind And Fire by posting lyrics for september. It doesn’t work. The sun should be praised instead.
Adam especially enjoyed the battle in Dark Souls 3 when he has reviewed game back in 2016, but thought the bonfire was a bit too crowded for his liking. “Even in the rare event that you go deep, they are at a relatively shallow depth,” he said, “and the broader structure of the game doesn’t allow for the possibility of getting stuck, burning life after life. to try to get out of some stuffy dead end. You are never far from safety. ”
Dark Souls 3 is on Steam for £40/$60/€60. I’ll update this article if and when FromSoftware comes out with more information on anything affecting the game.