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PlayStation Plus Subscribers to Gain Early Access to Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days Demo

Submitted by on Monday, 19 July 20107 Comments

Fresh off the heals of the announcement that Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days would be coming out a week earlier than expected, we now have some new information about a demo that will be coming very soon.

If you’re one of those gamers that splurged the extra dough for a PlayStation Plus subscription, you’re about to be rewarded in the form of a timed-exclusive demo.

It’s important to note that in order to gain access to this demo as early as possible, you must have automatic downloads turned on.

If you live in AE, AU, GB, IE or NZ the demo will be ‘pushed’ to your console on either Monday, 19th July or Tuesday, 20th July.

For the rest of you in those regions – including non-PlayStation Plus subscribers – you’ll be able to download the demo directly from the PlayStation Store on Wednesday, 21st July as part of the regular weekly update.

If you live in the US, the demo will also be ‘pushed’ to your console on either the 19th or 20th, but things get a bit confusing from here.  Unlike the areas listed above, the non-PlayStation Plus community in the US will not be able to download the demo until July 27th, but it will be available for download in the store for Plus subscribers on the 20th who didn’t get it ‘pushed’ to their console at an earlier date.  Just check under the PlayStation Plus category to find it.

Basically, if you really want this demo as soon as possible with as little of confusion as possible, be sure that you’re a Plus subscriber and have your auto-downloads option turned on – the rest should take care of itself.

[Source: US PS BlogEU PS Blog]