Quite lately, the PC servers of three Dark Souls video games have been taken offline on account of a possible threat of a cyberattack, The video games included Dark Souls 3, Dark Souls 2 and Dark Souls: Remastered, Now, developer FromSoftware has an replace and it isn’t very encouraging for gamers.
The PvP servers of Dark Souls video games will keep offline until the discharge of Elden Ring, FromSoftware and Bandai Namco introduced. Which is till February 25 not less than as that is the deliberate launch date of Elden Ring.
Getting the right testing environments up and prepared will take a while, as per the developer and owing to that the servers can return on-line solely after the discharge of Elden Ring.
According to a report by VGC, the exploit within the three Dark Souls video games may permit hackers to take management of gamers’ PCs remotely. The report additionally stated that the vulnerability within the on-line servers of the video games has been there for a while and was first reported by a Dark Souls 3 streamer who goes by the title of ‘The_Grim_Sleeper’. But the report received no reply from the builders. Then, the streamer tried one other tack, and reportedly “streamed the exploit and took over his own PC, using a narration app to read out some text to prove how easy it was to control the system remotely”, which introduced the problem to the eye of the builders. As a end result, the servers have been taken offline.