Dark Souls 3s new feat can cause sustainable damage to computers

Dark Souls 3 has a new security vulnerability that could be a serious risk for all players playing in online mode. It seems that this new problem works at the level of complete malware. In the past, the Mod Blue Sentinel has sparked similar vulnerabilities, but less serious. He has just received an update to solve this new problem.

SUR PC, there is a very serious new feat that is caught in Dark Souls 3 and that can cause lasting damage to your computer, reads a publication on social networks. This could block your PC, leave your connection information to be shared or execute programs in the background.

The experienced veterans of Dark Souls 3 advise others to stay offline, even if they have anti-cheat mods. Blue Sentinel has been specially designed to limit or cancel the ability of pirates completely. It was created to allow fans to discover what the game has to offer online safely. However, it appeared that even Blue Sentinel does not protect against this recent feat.


For the moment, it seems that this hack is not widespread. Yet it is always safer to just play Dark Souls 3 in offline mode. The creators of Blue Sentinel are currently working hard on an update that will directly process the new feat. Until they deploy the update, players must remain offline to protect their computers and protect them from malware.

Dark Souls 3 fans are not new in hacking issues. In 2016, the hackers left hacked objects in the players’ games. This ended up corrupting their backups. A similar situation occurred at the initial launch on Dark Souls PC: Prepare to Die Edition.

This persistence through several titles worried the Dark Souls community. After all, Elder Ring, the successor of Dark Souls, arrives soon. Some players fear that this critical vulnerability is present in Elder Ring. This can happen if both games use the same network code. However, the developers have neither confirmed nor denied this.

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