PlayStation 3 gamers will be able to control Valve's puzzler Portal 2 in an all new way next week. Sony has announced that Portal 2 for PS3 will support PlayStation Move with the arrival of a new update November 6. The game's entire single-player and cooperative campaigns will support motion control through the free update.
Additionally, Sony announced that the Portal 2 "In Motion" downloadable content will arrive alongside the update next Tuesday. This content was developed by Sixense with an aim to be the "defining experience" for PlayStation Move, Sony said. It will be available for $10 and PlayStation Plus subscribers can enjoy a 30 percent markdown, bringing its cost to about $7.
The Portal 2 "In Motion" DLC includes 20 test chambers that scale in difficulty from tutorial levels to advanced scenarios. Gamers can play as either Atlas or P-Body in the content and leverage new motion features like 1-to-1 object control, "Portal Surfing," and scaling cubes.
Gamers who enjoy the Portal 2 "In Motion" DLC may be happy to know there appears to be more motion-control content for the game in the pipeline. Sixense said the new content is "just the beginning," but did not elaborate further.
Also out November 6 will be a digital version of Portal 2 through the PlayStation Network. No price for the full-game download was announced. For more on Portal 2, check out GameSpot's review.