While many Dark Souls players have been bustling with a launch of Dark Souls III, Bandai Namco’s fastest-selling diversion to date, fans of a strange Dark Souls are stranded with an peculiar problem: The PC chronicle of a game’s been offline for a week.
Players began to notice a questionable miss of bloodstains, a outlines left behind by other online players when they die. They fast satisfied that a matchmaking servers and all associated services, including co-op, weren’t working.
“I’m going by a diversion now and it unequivocally feels opposite but a online component,” complained Reddit user _Lelantos on a game’s subreddit. “The diversion feels a bit empty.”
One idea comes from a game’s Steam page, that indicates that Dark Souls was final updated on Apr 13th—approximately a same time players started experiencing issues. Since Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players haven’t been affected, it seems expected that a problem with this refurbish is a cause.
Bandai Namco hasn’t strictly addressed a emanate yet, yet a village manager reliable that a dev group is “aware” of fans’ complaints.
RE: Dark Souls PTDE Matchmaking. Not certain because it’s being funky. Have done dev group wakeful – Will share any updates.
— J. Kartje (@JKartje) Apr 14, 2016
With a new recognition of Dark Souls III, many new players are picking adult Dark Souls for a initial time. Hopefully, Bandai Namco will get a servers using for them again soon.