The Dark Souls have been growing in popularity with each subsequent entry and 2016’s Dark Souls is considered by many to be the best to date. Coming out nearly a year ago, Dark Souls 3 has already released one DLC expansion, and with the final one set to arrive next month, From Software is releasing a new patch update ahead of that release.
The latest patch update for Dark Souls 3 is known as 1.10, which is said to fix some very common issues like the Mound Maker boss room invasions, tumblebuffing, and dartcasting. This information came courtesy of the official Dark Souls Facebook page, which also stated it would include the following changes.
Fixed issue where a player could invade another player during a boss battle.
Fixed issue where an enchantment could be applied to weapons which normally could not be enchanted.
Fixed issue where, when items are used while casting magic, display glitches could occasionally occur.
Fixed issue where it was possible to cancel immediately into a second magic spell after casting the first one.
Fixed issue where the first part of a skill action could be skipped.
Fixed issue where a single item could be used indefinitely.
This new patch for Dark Souls 3 will start to be distributed on February 8 for each of the three platforms, but From Software will be taking down the servers for maintenance to prepare for this patch update at different times for each platform. The PS4 server maintenance will be held on February 7 between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm PST. The Xbox One server maintenance will be held February 7 between 5:00 pm and 11:00 pm PST. Finally, those on PC will have the maintenance a little later than the others on February 8 from 12:00 am to 2:00 am PST.
There is no specific time given for the patch to be rolled out on the platforms for Dark Souls 3, but keep an eye out through Wednesday, February 8 to find out. And make sure to stay tuned until March 28 for the release of The Ringed City DLC expansion.