The demo ends on October 12 at 8 a.m. PT for everyone. Others can download and access the demo from October 9. Players will have until October 12 to check the game out via the demo, but after that date the demo will no longer be available.
The good news is that credits you earn (up to $1 million) and vehicles you unlock will carry over to the full version of Gran Turismo Sport.
The demo will feature Sport, Campaign, Arcade, Scapes Photography, and Custom Livery Editor.More news: Derek Carr suffered a broken back vs. Denver Broncos
We'll be checking out the demo, and we'd love to hear what you think about it. Stay tuned next week for more Gran Turismo Sport coverage and make sure to chime in on Facebook and Twitter to let us know what you think! You drive and tune on your own terms, while the new matchmaking system ensures you're always racing against others of similar abilities. Sport is all about competing for the fastest lap time, while Campaign features various challenges and missions.
As players complete various trial and daily workouts, they will be awarded with numerous vehicle unlocks, in-game currency, and experience points, furthering your driver profile and personal garage. Finally, Arcade mode is just for jumping in as players will have three different auto classes and circuits to choose from. The Northern Isle, Dragon Trail and the Colorado rally course will be available in Arcade mode, which also includes two-player split screen multiplayer. If you don't like the stock look of your favorite auto, you can make changes in the Livery Editor.