Friday, 25 May 2012 09:56
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There's a bit of good news for anyone who's still playing Demon's Souls: Atlus is extending a lifeline to the online service, and plans to keep it up a while longer—indefinitely, in fact.
The announcement that the servers were due to go offline in May were met with an overwhelming array of disapproval from the game's owners, prompting Atlus to reconsider its decision to turn them off.
"We're incredibly excited to be able to announce that the Demon's Souls online experience will persist for a while longer," said Atlus' Tim Pivnicny.
"While it originally seemed as though it would be unfeasible for us to continue to sustain the servers, a number of developments have made it possible for us to continue to invest in and support our fans as they have continued to invest in and support us and Demon's Souls.
"For all the gamers who have yet to discover the game's amazing online experience, we're happy to say you can still log on and find out why Demon's Souls is still regarded by many as one of the finest games of all time."
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