Dark Souls 3, the upcoming new entry of the series created by From Software now in development for consoles and PC, has been available in playable form during Gamescom 2015, allowing players attending the event to have a first taste of the experience of the new From Software action role-playing game. Today another special event where the game will be available in playable form has been confirmed.
A Dark Souls 3 special event will be held in Japan next month. The event, which will be held on September 12th in Shibuya, Tokyo, will be an invitation-only special event where the game will be available in playable form. Selected participants will also receive a yet to be revealed special gift. Players who are interested in participating can apply for the event by registering on a dedicated website. There are currently no news if the Dark Souls 3 build that will be made available during this event will be exactly the same as the one brought by the publisher to Gamescom 2015 but we should hear more about the matter very soon.
Earlier this month some new Dark Souls 3 gameplay details have emerged online thanks to an interview with Hidetaka Miyazaki. According to the creator of the series, Dark Souls 3 is going to feature something similar to Battle Arts for spells. All these new battle system features will make Dark Souls 3 feel quite different from previous entries of the series.
Last month director Hidetaka Miyazaki confirmed that the Dark Souls 3 battle system has been clearly influenced by Bloodborne. Those who have managed to play the game already confirmed that the new battle system does feel different so it will be interesting to see how the game plays once all the new additions and features have been implemented.
Dark Souls 3 is currently in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and it will be released on a yet to be confirmed release date. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more comes in on it so stay tuned for all the latest news on the upcoming new action role-playing game developed by From Software.