Atlus has announced’s its extend the service period of Demons Souls in North American for the “foreseeable future.” Announced in an Atlus Faithful email inking to Game Informer, VP of marketing and sales Tim Pivnicny said: “We’re incredibly excited to be able to announce that the Demon’s Souls online experience will persist for a while longer. 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.” The servers were originally slated to shut down at the end of May. For Memorial Day Weekend, the Tendency Event will be a Pure White World through Monday, so don’t forget to log on.
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