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Fans of racing games beware, now is your chance to official try out the new Gran Turismo installment, GT Sport! Developed by Polyphony Digital, the same studio behind the other Gran Turismo games as well as classics as Tourist Trophy and Omega Boost for the PS2 and PS1 respectively, here’s everything you need to know about the Gran Turismo Sport demo (via Gadgets360).
From the today, the 9th to Thursday the 12th of October, PS4 and PS4 Pro players can have a go on the GT tracks, without the need of any invitation, pre-order and without any usual mercenary practises to force you to give it a try. Simply download it via the PlayStation Network and start racing. If by any chance you have a PS Plus Sony’s paid online subscription, you could have gotten the demo a little earlier than non-PS Plus users. But no need to worry, you still have a good 3 days to play it!
The demo carries over to the full game, that releases the 17th of October. It is said that the demo will include these following game modes (via Gadgets360).
Sport mode - drivers put down their fastest lap time. At the end of each qualifying session, those with similar performance abilities square off.
Campaign mode - players partake in multiple challenges, missions, and circuit experiences. Think of it as a training ground for online play, replete with trial and daily workouts that result in numerous vehicle unlocks, in-game currency, and experience points to further your car collection.
Arcade mode - choose from a wide range of vehicle classes and from three pre-selected circuit configurations with different terrains. You can also race against a friend offline in the classic two-player split screen mode.
Scapes - Gran Turismo Sport’s take on a photo mode. It features what Polyphony Digital describes as “True HDR workflow and physics-based rendering tech”. Each photo location includes all the light energy information of a scene, letting you place your car in a host of real world locations.
Livery Editor - allows you to customise your car’s colour, wheels, spoiler, hood, mirrors, and more. You can add your own logo designs too.
You better have enough space on your console though, as the demo is a whopping 43GB! A massive file, compared to games such as Call Of Duty: WWII and Battlefront II.
Are you planning to try it out? In case you love it, pre-order Gran Turismo Sport here!