We know Dark Souls III is releasing in Japan in March 2016. Now, we also have a date for the game’s release worldwide.

Dark Souls III will release in North America, Europe, Australia, South America, Middle-East, and Africa in April of  next year. This comes soon after the Japanese release date of March 24th. The Japanese retail version of the game will come with a “specially designed map” and soundtrack.

The game’s developer, From Software, has announced a network test for the PlayStation 4 version of Dark Souls III. The test will be held October 16-18. Sign-ups can be seen here, which will be available until October 4th.

Dark Souls III will release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game was revealed at this year’s E3, and is being directed by the creator of the Souls series and Bloodborne director Hidetaka Miyazaki.


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