Wipeout 2048 Demo Heading To Japanese PSN

Sony Racing PS Vita News

A demo for the Playstation Vita game is coming to the Japanese Playstation Network two days before release, according to Andriasang. With the game being released on January 19, potential and curious buyers can try out what the game has to offer on January 17. What is going to be included in the demo has not been revealed. I guess Sony wants to keep it under wraps. However, it might possibly be a track and a few vehicles to see how good the gameplay is.

For us in the West, the game will be coming on launch day, so a demo may be out of the question. However, a launch day demo could be on the cards. The game includes ten tracks and five teams of four vehicles. It will also include a soundtrack with some well-known acts such as The Chemical Brothers, Underworld, Orbital and Prodigy. It will also feature cross-pay with Wipeout HD and the expansion Fury for the Playstation 3, being one of the first titles to do so.

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