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‘Dark Souls 3’ Update: ‘Dark Souls 3’ Patch 1.13 Brings Various Bug Fixes, Several Features Players Been Seeking For A While [VIDEO]


"Dark Souls 3" patch 1.13 is now ready to download and it comes along with various bug fixes to the action role-playing video game. One of the focal points of the new "Dark Souls 3" 1.13 update will be in the game's PvP mode. The patch 1.13 also brings some changes to individual weapons as well as the system that governs summons and invasions.

As the "Dark Souls 3" patch 1.13 brings various bug fixes, the latest "Dark Souls 3" update will be up for grabs on PlayStation 4 and PC on April 12, while Xbox One owners will get the update on April 14. The "Dark Souls 3" patch 1.13 adds a new flat PvP arena to the undead match PvP, and the new arena will be dubbed as the Round Plaza, VG 24/7 reported.

The "Dark Souls III" patch 1.13 also brings gameplay adjustments. One particular adjustment enables players to summon two Darkmoon Blades or Blue Sentinels while players are testing the online multiplayer mode. Players of the "Dark Souls 3" video game will also find it is easier to interrupt and be interrupted while using a number of the weapon skills available in the game.

The latest "Dark Souls 3" update also implemented new matchmaking values when summoning other gamers. Some of the occurring bugs and glitches in the action role-playing video game have been fixed, PC Invasion reported.

Moreover, the video game developer From Software has also readjusted the weapon infusion levels for the video game. The "Dark Souls 3" patch 1.13 ensures that gamers will no longer be able to utilize game items that have been disabled.

The "Dark Souls III" patch 1.13 fixed a bug where Pontiff Knight Great Scythe's bleed effect wasn't displaying in the menus. All of Rose of Ariandel attacks can no longer be parried, but two-handed attacks now obtain additional stamina. The "Dark Souls 3" latest update also added Faith scaling to the Sunlight Straight Sword.

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