The long-awaited Dark Souls Remastered Network Test was dated earlier today. Running for two days from May 11 to May 12, the demo requires players to download the Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Client.
The Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Client will only be available for download from now until May 7. After that time, it will be unavailable for download, so make sure you grab it while you can.
If you don’t have the Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Client, you won’t be able to participate in the Network Stress Test.
Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Client
The client is available to download now from the following online stores;
The Australian and Great Britain stores do not have the Network Test Client available for download as yet. The Client doesn’t even appear in the PlayStation Store and for Xbox One, both Australia and Great Britain have listings that state it’s coming soon.
Once you’ve downloaded the 3.19 GB Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Client, you won’t be able to do anything with it. In the video below, you can see I try to access the Network Test and am given an error message that states the servers are not online.
There’s also a lengthy EULA for players to accept before they can get into the game.
Dark Souls Remastered’s Network Test runs from 8 pm AEST – 11 pm AEST (6 am EDT – 9 am EDT) on May 11 and May 12.
Dark Souls Remastered launches for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 25, 2018. The Switch version launches later this year.