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How To Play Co Op In Dark Souls 3

How To Play Co Op In Dark Souls 3
Just like the other Dark Souls games you will be able to play Co Op with you friends and other players. In this game you aren’t just handed a summon stone, you have to go find it. This guide will teach you How To Play Co Op In Dark Souls 3!

Where To Find The White Sign Soapstone In Dark Souls 3

You cannot get the White Sign Soapstone until you get to the Firelink Shrine. So until you get there you cannot play Co Op with anyone, you are alone. Once you get to Firelink Shrine, go towards the Blacksmith and you will see a lady sitting in a chair. She is a vendor and will sell various items throughout the game but right now you can buy the White Soapstone Sign for 500 souls. You will not be given one for free so you will need to buy it ASAP. With it you can place your summon sign down for other plays to see.

You won’t be able to use it until you get to Lothric which is the next area you go to. Now to get with your friends you will want to go into the settings menu on the start screen. Go to the second to last tab and you can see Password Matching. Use this to set a Password for your friends to play together. Both of you set the same password in the same area and you will be able to Summon each other after you place your White Soapstone Sign down!

The person summoning needs to be Kindled to summon! You can use an ember to get Kindled if you are not. You can tell if you are Kindled by your character glowing Orange or not.

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