2011's Dark Souls still has thousands of players on PC every month. Some are playing for the first time, while others speedrun it like practiced masters. The soapstone messages and bloodstains they leave behind won't last forever, though, which is why one data miner has started memorializing them in interesting infographics.
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Bloodborne's chalice dungeons offer hundreds of thousands of possible crypts to explore. Dedicated players have found lost enemies and keep looking for more. Thanks to dataminers searching the game's files, a new group of dungeons have been found containing developer test areas and unused bosses.
GTA Online's latest update, The Doomsday Heist, is all about big new weapons and high-tech vehicles. According to players who have dug into the game's files, however, there's also a mysterious new scavenger hunt that is directly tied into the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2.
Players are diving into Fallout 4's files, and what they're finding is actually pretty damn cool. First, there was that cool harpoon weapon that never made it into the game. Now someone has found files that shed light on a different ending for Fallout 4.