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The Dark Souls Twitter Account is Just as Savage as You Would Expect

Never Change

The Dark Souls Twitter account posted an average update tweet on the status of the loading screen issues that the game was facing. They just wanted to let fans know that they were still investigating the issues that were complained about, but we must remember Dark Souls is never average. One fan replied to the update and expressed trouble that he was having in the game and asked the Twitter account for help.

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https://twitter.com/LordDeathspit/status/847123969455112192

Of course the running joke of the Dark Souls series is that there is nothing wrong with the game, players just need to try harder to be sucessful in the game. So of course it prompted the Dark Souls Twitter account to, respond hilariously.

Never change Dark Souls Twitter. Never change.

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