Publisher accidentally posted inaccurate PC specs to game’s new Steam page.
Namco Bandai recently spread some incorrect information about the upcoming PC release of Dark Souls III when launching the game’s store page on Steam. When the page went live, it featured a list of PC specifications which the company has since removed and claimed to be inaccurate.
The publisher corrected the error in a post to the game’s official Facebook community, which reads as follows:
“Attention Dark Souls PC Fans!
“While launching the Dark Souls III Steam page, some PC requirements were posted by mistake. These are not representative of the game’s final specifications. We look forward to sharing those PC details in the coming months – But for now, you can add Dark Souls III to your wishlists!”
It wasn’t removed quickly enough for eagle-eyed fans, however, and some sites have been reporting the specifications as legitimate. If you’ve been waiting to find out if your computer will be able to run Dark Souls III before ordering a copy, keep waiting.
Dark Souls III is scheduled to release April 12 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.