Though SQL Server 2016 CTP 3.2 was released in mid Dec 2015, you can download the latest version from this link
or you can also choose CTP3 to try by creating Azure Virtual machine with this link
After clicking on this link, you need to login to Microsoft Azure portal with your subscription and then you can see below image, which talks about the legal terms, documentation, etc.,
Once you have validated, you can click on the “Create” button, which will then take you to below screenshot which has simple 5 steps to create the VM with SQL Server 2016 CTP3.2.
Then, I have provided below details in step 1 and clicked okay.
Server name: DAGEOP2016CTP32
user name: MSSQLCTP32
Resource Group: MSSQLGroup
Then, in step 2, I have moved on to creating the D1 standard size that looks like below screenshot. You can choose the right size according to your requirements. If you don’t see all sizes, then you need to click on Show all instead of Recommended options.
Then in Step 3, it gives all the settings option for Storage account, virtual network, subnet, public IP address, Network security group. You can continue to choose the defaults or choose from already existing accounts if you have any.
In step 4, you will have further options to configure SQL Server settings like SQL authentications, port, connectivity, etc.,
In step 5, summary you can see all the configured features that will enable you to review at once and then click on OK button.
This will directly take you to the dashboard and you can see below screenshot which deploys the SQL Server 2016 CTP3 Evaluation. This will take minutes to hours to get it deployed and make the VM available for you to use.