Elden Ring is now only a few years away. Hidetaka Miyazaki has teamed up with George R.R Martin to spin the Dark Souls formula into an open-world game. Luckily, fans around the world can play it for themselves this week. Here's how and exactly when.
Elden Ring Closed Network Test Times
There are five sessions in which you can play the game for yourself. It will be available to play as of November 12th, this Friday. You can play it for three hours each time. These are all the times you can play them:
- 1st Session - November 12th - 3 AM PT / 11 AM GMT to 6 AM PT / 2 PM GMT.
- 2nd Session - November 12th - 7 PM PT / 3 AM GMT to 10 PM PT / 6 AM GMT.
- 3rd Session - November 13th - 11 AM PT / 7 PM GMT to 2 PM PT / 10 PM GMT.
- 4th session - November 14th - 3 AM PT / 11 AM GMT to 6 AM PT / 2 PM GMT
- 5th session - November 14th - 7 PM PT / 3 AM GMT to 10 PM PT / 6 AM GMT
How to register for the closed network test
Unfortunately, there is no way of signing up for the closed test right now, Last month, players could sign up via the site but this went down after a week.
If you want another chance to play it in the future, keep an eye on the Twitter page.
Elden Ring release date
Elden Ring will finally launch on February 25th, 2022. This comes after a few delays but the closed network test is a good sign of the strength of the current build. Hopefully, they listen to fan feedback and continue to push the game even further.