All you PS3 owners out there who have been waiting to get your hands on the Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days like 360 owners have been doing for a while now don't have to wait much longer -- as long as you pay Sony 50 bucks a year or 18 bucks every three months. PlayStation Plus owners are going to be getting the demo for the game this Tuesday with non-Plus subscribers getting it on July 27.
The demo gives you a hint at what the single- and multiplayer components will be like by allowing players to play as Lynch in Shanghai for the single player and test out the "Fragile Alliance" multiplayer mode. In case you don't feel like putting the demo in for automatic download or getting it at the PlayStation Store you can always just read Jim's Jimpressions on it or Hamza's time spent with the multiplayer.
So does the early access make the subscription worth it?
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