Gran Turismo Sport’s demo is now available to pre-load and it’s massive

Gran Turismo Sport’s limited time demo is now available to pre-load from the PlayStation Store in Australia. The demo won’t actually be playable until 8 PM AEDT, Monday, October 9. The demo will be live for four days and will end at 12 AM AEDT, Thursday, October 13.

There’s no wonder PlayStation made the demo available for pre-load because it’s massive. The download weighs in at a whopping 43GB.

In Australia, that amount of data being downloaded, especially from PSN is likely to take from today until Monday. Luckily PlayStation has given fans plenty of time to get their pre-load sorted. It should help maximise playtime and get you to experience as much driving as possible.

The demo includes Sport and Campaign Modes and the special photo mode Scapes.

Gran Turismo Sport is exclusive to PS4 and will be available on October 18.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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