An update suggests that a fix for the Dark Souls 3 server issue is on the way.

Dark Souls 3 PC internet servers appear to be returning shortly. Over 183 days have passed since the servers were taken down due to the discovery of a security flaw in the multiplayer feature that affected all three Dark Souls titles on PC.

However, an update to the game on the SteamDB website hints that a solution is on its way.

Soulsborne dataminer Lance McDonald discovered two new debug files in the game, the first in years.

It’s unclear what these files are for, but it seems doubtful that Bandai Namco has any additional plans for the six-year-old game.

However, no such files are available for Dark Souls 1 and 2.

The publisher disabled the servers for its Dark Souls titles on PC at the end of January, preventing players from accessing multiplayer features like as summoning and communications.

According to a February post on the official Dark Souls Twitter account, “we will issue an announcement as soon as the timeframe for restoring online services is set.”

“We have extended the investigation to Elden Ring… and have ensured that the required security measures are in place for this title on all target platforms,” it said.

Indeed, the popularity of Elden Ring has most certainly delayed any improvements to prior Soulsborne games.

However, it appears that a solution is finally on the way.

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