Gran Turismo Sport demo available next week, pre-load tomorrow

Gran Turismo Sport’s demo will be available to play for four days only next week. From October 9 through October 13, players will be able to take Gran Turismo Sport’s demo for a spin.

To make sure you have maximum playing time, PlayStation is making the demo available to pre-load starting tomorrow.  At 8 PM AEDT, October 7, pre-download of the demo will be live.

The Gran Turismo Sport demo will include a variety of modes and features for players to try. Sport Mode will let players test their driving skills by posting the fastest lap. After which, they’ll be racing against up to 24 cars with similar skill levels.

Campaign Mode will feature a number of challenges, missions and more. Players will be tasked with Daily Workouts which will reward unlocks, in-game currency and XP. Arcade Mode is all about driving. Players can choose from a range of vehicles and three different tracks.

Finally, Scapes is Gran Turismo Sport’s photo mode. Taking photos in Scapes uses the light energy information from that scene, allowing players to place their cars in real-world locations. Utilising HDR workflow and physics-based rendering, the vehicles will look like they’re really there.

Gran Turismo Sport’s demo will be available to pre-load tomorrow at 8 PM AEDT – October 7. It will be playable from 8 PM October 9 through 12 AM October 13.

Gran Turismo Sport will be available for PS4 on October 18.

Leo Stevenson
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