Just yesterday, a group of players from Dark Souls III noticed a bug that allows other users to remotely execute code on your computer. In response to this security breach that allows the entry of hackers through the title of FromSoftware and thus affect the personal data of the players who own this version, from Bandai Namco Europe they have made the decision to temporarily stop online servers from Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II Y Dark Souls III on their PC versions until your team finds a solution to the problem.
This downtime does not affect PvP servers for Xbox or PlayStation consoles. Dark Souls (@DarkSoulsGame) January 23, 2022
“PvP servers for Dark Souls 3, Dark Souls 2 Y Dark Souls: Remastered have been temporarily disabled to allow the team to investigate recent reports of a problem with online services. The servers of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition They will join them shortly. We apologize for this inconvenience,” the statement details. In addition, as we have already highlighted at the beginning, this closure of the online servers only affects the versions for computers, so PlayStation and Xbox console users can still play online.
The only connoisseurs of this method to circumvent the security of Dark Souls III They are a group of four people. Luckily, there is nothing to fear since it was these same users who reported this security breach precisely so that it would not be detected by other players. The drastic measures taken by Bandai Namco Europe are understandable considering that this problem would allow access to hackers to our personal information, including bank details, in addition to mine cryptocurrencies and other types of unwanted activities for our computer.