In the first behind-the-scenes update in a few years, Dark Souls 3 coaled a hint of rapid server recovery

In the first behind-the-scenes update in a few years, Dark Souls 3 coaled a hint of rapid server rec

Dataminer and Modder Lance McDonald drew attention to the first behind-the-scenes upgrade in a few years for the fantasy role-playing action of Dark Souls 3 from Bandai Namco and the developers from FromSoftware.

The change can be traced to the informal Steam database: On July 22, two new internal assemblies of Dark Souls 3 were added to the Valve service, BNEDebug and Debug For PG.

This is not directly mentioned in the description of these debugging branches, but McDonald suggests that this update is linked to the preparation of Dark Souls 3 online servers for the promised recovery.

Remember, the network services of the Dark Souls 3 PC version were shut down in January because of a loophole that allowed remote code to be executed on someone else's computer.

===Renewal===In early May, Bandai Namco was assured that the work was continuing, and at the end of the month, it was discovered that each game would be restored online in turn.