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FromSoftware will be resting the online multiplayer for Dark Souls III with a network stress test that will begins on October 16 and ends in October 18. Players will be given access to a short section of the game and be among the first to experience the PvP components of the game.
As far as what's been announced, the stress test will be limited to the PlayStation 4 console and will be restricted to North America and Japan, skipping out on Europe at least for now. The stress test will last between 8:00pm-11:00pm CEST.
To register for the beta, you can visit the official page and sign up between September 18 and October 4.
Dark Souls III will be available first on March 24, 2016 in Japan before launching in North America and Europe sometime in April. GR's Anthony LaBella, in his hands-on feature for Dark Souls III, was surprised that "the combat still feels fresh and exciting all these years later."