Dark Souls 3
"Dark Souls 3" will be released on April 12 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Bandai Namco

Fans are waiting for the deployment of the patch 1.04 for “Dark Souls 3.” With it comes the question of whether or not the Greatsword will be better or worse off than before. A lot is riding on the changes that could be made to the Greatsword, in light of other more powerful weapons like the Dark Sword and the Ultra Greatsword.

In Bandai Namco and FromSoftware’s list of updates and fixes that will come with the patch, there are no concrete mention of how the Greatsword will be patched besides “performance adjustment.” This is similar with Soul’s Greatsword and Farron Flashsword, the developer confirmed via the official “Dark Souls 3” Tumblr.

Other fixes include battle performance adjustment for the Dancer’s Enchanted Sword and Winged Knight Twinaxes. Those who are experiencing issues where multiple items become impossible to use in some areas will also be able to expect a fix.

Xbox One users also had a special mention regarding the Regulations issue, which is already currently being investigated by the FromSoftware. Sadly, the latest update does not make mention of the crashing issues that PC players of “Dark Souls 3” are currently experiencing, so it’s possible that the developer is still investigating the issue overlal.

Issues aside, it appears that FromSoftware’s title is gearing up to become one of the bigger titles for 2016. Since its release in the U.K. last April 12, “Dark Souls 3” has climbed up in terms of sales. For the U.K. alone it has already surpassed the sales for “Dark Souls 2” by 61 percent, Eurogamer reported.

Currently, “Dark Souls 3” is the highest-selling game in terms of physical copies. Over at Steam, the game is also dominating with an estimate of over 600,000 copies, a figure that is already challenging “Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin” in terms of lifetime Steam sales at 650,000.

Given how fans have been waiting for “Dark Souls 3”—with some even defying region-barriers to download the Japanese version and play a week earlier than expected outside Japan—it’s not surprising that it maintains its top spot on the charts. It had even managed to beat out big-time recent release like “The Division,” “Quantum Break” and “Dirt Rally.”