Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition Steamworks functionality




Players of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition can convert their files and storage performance of Games for Windows Live to Steamworks. However, the update is temporary and the end date is set on 16 February.

When gamers their storage files and performance at that time have not yet ported to Steamworks, exists the probability that all game progress will be lost. It is through the update is no longer required to log on two platforms to Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition to play, so writes IGN. The migration would not go entirely smoothly. Some players claim that the game after the update no longer works.

The developers describe how players can change the Games for Windows Live functionality Steamworks functionality. The explanation is aimed at gamers who have already purchased the title or do for 16 February. Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition thereafter equipped with Steamworks functionality. A few months ago there were rumors that Microsoft stopped completely with the support of the Games for Windows Live service. That turned out not, but include Bioshock 2 and Dirt 3 were already transferred by the developers to Steamworks.

The original Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition came in 2012 on the market, and the game was also released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The rest of the game was released earlier this year for the PC and in 2015 follows a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One edition.


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