Portal 2’s PS3 Version Gets New, Free Co-Op DLC Today

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A while back, Sixense Studios delivered the InMotion DLC — which consisted of a bunch of new levels optimised for for the system’s Move controller — to the PS3 version of Portal 2. Now, that version of Valve’s hit sequel will be getting Portal 2 over will be getting new co-op content, rolling out to today as a free update.

You’ll be able to get play online with PC owners who have the same motion-control-centric content. The PSN version of Portal 2 and the InMotion DLC will be going on sale too.

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  • Assuming I have deciphered the story correctly, if you’ve bought the Portal 2 In Motion DLC, then you will gain access to new co-op levels that make use of the motion control features to complement the existing single-player content in the DLC.

    If you’ve only got the base game, it will still cost you $15 to experience the new content (until the DLC goes on sale, assuming it isn’t a US-only sale).

  • FFS. No mention that this is the DLC previously released for the Hydra, and the article is almost unreadable. Can I get a job here? I at least finished primary school.

    • Say “what” again. I dare ya. I double-fuckin-dare ya.
      Sorry, got inspired by the previous comment.

  • “You’ll be able to get play online…”
    It makes me a little happier to know people write articles as drunk as I read them.

  • “mhhmm Hard to read, this article is” – Yoda

    Seriously was this run through google translate or something?

  • “Now, that version of Valve’s hit sequel will be getting Portal 2 over will be getting new co-op content, rolling out to today as a free update.” dafuq?

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