It also won't be much longer until the full game releases, with Gran Turismo Sport set to launch exclusively for PlayStation 4 on October 17. The demo ends on October 12 at 8 a.m. PT for everyone. Those without Plus won't be able to download it until 6 PM PT on October 9, but they can begin playing as soon as it's finished installing. Access to the four-day demo ends for everyone at 8am PT/10am CT/11am ET on October 12, 2017.
The beta is planned to give fans an in-depth look at new features, "geared to define the future of motorsports for all levels of drivers, from first timers to 20 year veterans of the franchise".
During the demo players will be able to play Sport, Campaign, and Arcade modes for the game.
Gran Turismo Sport will be getting a demo, and fans will be able to check it out next week. You'll have to compete in a qualifying stage for the fastest time on a track and then join a race of up to 23 other drivers with "similar performance abilities ensuring each race is equal, fair, and highly competitive". Sport is all about competing for the fastest lap time, while Campaign features various challenges and missions. For completing each trial, you'll get multiple rewards such as in-game currency, experience points, and even new vehicles. This is not your traditional photo mode as each photo location contains all the light energy information of that scene, enabling you to place your personalized auto in hundreds of real world locations.
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