The developers are also looking at modifying Strike mode and giving players rewards for working together as a team during combat.
When you're taking on The House, you can compete against your friends to get more money and better performance parts.
Other upcoming content includes experiences in the worlds of "Stranger Things" and "Blade Runner 2049."
The update also includes numerous UI improvements to better inform you while you wage war or manage your growing empire.
New housing options are also available in Shirogane, and you can now participate in command missions with NPCs recruited from your Grand Company.
All credits and vehicles earned in the demo will carry on to the full version of "Gran Turismo Sport."
A team of four players will need to build their fortresses and defend them against multiple waves of zombies.
John Kodera, the current deputy president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, will take House's position.
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