Last week From Software announced that the release of Dark Souls 3 would be coming to Japan on March 24th, but now we have confirmation from the developer of the general release period for other regions.
Fans can look forward to the title coming to North America, South America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa, and Australia sometime in April 2016.
The announcement was made on the Dark Souls website where the release date was updated from “early 2016” to a little more specific “April 2016”. This a little bit later than the Japan release, but that’s normal for Japanese developers, however the retail version does not include the “specially designed map” and soundtrack like the Japan release.
If you are interested in getting into the Dark Souls 3 network test between October 16th and 18th. You can sign up here, but need to do so before the 4th of October.
Dark Souls 3 was announced at E3 earlier this year, and unlike Dark Souls 2 will be directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki.