In the aftermath of the devastating Dark Souls 2 raid, Dark Souls fans have been left feeling shell-shocked by the number of exploits and glitches that have appeared in recent weeks.
While some have blamed a new exploit from Dark Souls 3, others have taken to Twitter to accuse Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki of being behind many of these exploits.
The exploits and bugs have been reported by the Dark Souls community on Reddit, Twitter and other online forums.
A number of popular Dark Souls exploits have been revealed over the past week, including the “Dark Souls 2” exploit that lets you jump over a wall and shoot enemies in the face.
Some of these glitches have been particularly frustrating for players.
It’s possible that some of these bugs could be fixed or even patched in the next Dark Souls update, but there’s no indication of a new Dark Souls patch in the works.
A number have also been reported for the upcoming Dark Souls 4 expansion, which is scheduled to be released on November 21.
This expansion will be the first to feature the “Eternal” difficulty mode.
Many players are expecting this to be a major overhaul of the Dark Soul series.
Eternal mode is considered one of the hardest difficulty modes in Dark Souls and it has been a major point of contention between the developers.
Players have also pointed out that the new Eternal difficulty is only available for the Dark Sword, which isn’t available for other weapons.
If this mode is the new normal for Dark Souls, then it would make sense that developers would be interested in seeing how the Dark Story mode would fare.
Players have even claimed that the upcoming Eternal mode will be much more difficult than the first DLC, as it is supposed to have an additional challenge.
Dark Souls 3 is set to release on November 22, but it looks like there could be a new expansion to Dark Souls’ legacy that will be released during the holidays.