Last month, we reported that the Dark Souls 3 servers are back online after over 7 months of being offline. However, it seems like the issue hasn’t been completely resolved till now, as the PvP servers for the game have been taken down once again.
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In a Twitter post, the developers confirmed the issue. The tweet reads, “At this time, there is a confirmed issue with DARK SOULS III online play via the Steam platform.” While they haven’t given any more details, they did say that they are “investigating the source of the problem” and will inform us as soon as more details become available.
At this time, there is a confirmed issue with DARK SOULS III online play via the Steam platform.
We are investigating the source of the problem and will inform you as soon as more details become available.
Thank you for your patience. #DarkSouls
— Dark Souls (@DarkSoulsGame) September 21, 2022
This is the second time that the Dark Souls 3 PC Servers have gone offline. The servers were initially taken down by FromSoftware back in January to prevent an exploit that allowed hackers to take control of players’ computers. This time around, the issue was first reported by users on Steam yesterday, as players weren’t able to connect to servers, or in some cases launch the game at all.
Along with Dark Souls 3, the Dark Souls 1 and 2 servers have also been down for quite some time now. The developers have not given any update regarding them till now. However, it now looks like all the 3 games will get back the servers all together once the issue is resolved.