Update: We've just received confirmation that the demo is available for PSN. Be sure to check it out. We thoroughly enjoyed the single-player portion, though the multiplayer seems to be experiencing major performance issues on the PC front.
In case you haven't already heard (and downloaded it), the Mass Effect 3 demo is out today. If you own a 360 or prefer the PC, the demo is already available via Xbox LIVE and Origin. For PS3 owners, the demo is still missing from PSN, though we expect that'll change before the day is over.
The demo is a hefty 1.76 GB and covers two single-player scenarios in addition to the new mission-based co-op mode. To gain access to the multiplayer segment, you need to have purchased a new copy of Battlefield 3 at some point in the past. For those of us who didn't, the multiplayer demo will be unlocked in a few days, on February 17. Expect a more detailed rundown of the demo content -- with multiplayer footage -- from us shortly. We're as eager to try it out as you guys.
Mass Effect 3 will be out on March 6 in North America and March 9 in Europe.