Dark Souls Remastered Patch 1.03 is now available, improves security against online multiplayer cheating

QLOC has released a new patch for Dark Souls Remastered. According to the release notes, patch 1.03 improves the security against cheating during online multiplayer and fixes numerous bugs/issues.

Going into more details, this latest update for Dark Souls Remastered fixes a bug in which players become invisible during online multiplayer, fixes a bug in which session matching stops during online mode when the player fails to join the session where blocked players are playing and fixes a bug in which the ending comes up in Kiln of the first flame without defeating the boss when you do specific moves before the boss area.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client, and you can find its complete changelog below.

Dark Souls Remastered Patch 1.03 Release Notes

  • Fixed a bug in which The Four Kings are not displayed properly in The Abyss.
  • Fixed a bug in which the ending comes up in Kiln of the first flame without defeating the boss when you do specific moves before the boss area.
  • Fixed a bug in which player’s clear data is erroneous when the application is finished on specific conditions after defeating Gwyn, Lord of Cinder.
  • Fixed a bug in which messages are not displayed to other players on asynchronous online.
  • Fixed a bug in which session matching stops during online mode when the player fails to join the session where blocked players are playing.
  • Fixed a bug in which the number of Estus Flask possessions is not displayed properly when you return by Black Separation Crystal.
  • Improved the security against cheating during online multiplayer.
  • Fixed a bug in which players become invisible during online multiplayer.

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