The demo will also include a campaign mode, and any money earned here will be transferrable to the game itself — up to $1 million of it, at least. The game will also be the first in the 20 year-old franchise to connect to PlayStation VR, although Sony isn’t saying whether the demo will include this feature.

The game has take its time getting to the PlayStation 4, but Polyphony Digital president Kazunori Yamauchi believes the GT team has “strived to create something that delivers an unprecedented experience in terms of the graphics, sound, and physics simulation; an experience that can only be enjoyed on PlayStation.” Playing ahead of launch might have its own benefits too: there’s those real prizes.