Video: Portal 2 In Motion: Free Co-op PS3 Campaign Out Today
Sixense Studios Creative Director Danny Woodall shared some video footage today announcing that Portal 2 In Motion is now offering a free Co-op PS3 campaign starting today.
To quote: Last December, you voted Portal 2 In Motion the Best Use of PlayStation Move. Sixense is grateful for your support. But we have been hearing one question from you: "Where's co-op?"
As a "thank you" from Sixense to the PS3 community, all owners of the Portal 2 In Motion DLC will receive Non-Emotional Manipulation, an all-new co-op campaign specifically designed for Playstation Move, for free.
We are deploying the patch today via PSN, so if you own the Portal 2 In Motion DLC you'll get this new co-op content for free, automatically.
If you don't own Portal 2 and Portal 2 In Motion yet, both the game and the DLC will be on sale for 20% off starting today on the PlayStation Store. PlayStation Plus members will receive an additional 40% off the sale price.
Non-Emotional Manipulation builds off of the new motion mechanics introduced in the previous Portal 2 In Motion single-player campaigns, but now with an added co-op twist.
You can play Non-Emotional Manipulation split-screen with two Playstation Move controllers, or online with a friend across the internet. And you can even cross-play with owners of the Portal 2 MotionPack on PC. So grab a friend and start testing!
Remember that if you own the Portal 2 In Motion DLC from Sixense, you'll have the two award-winning single player campaigns plus the new co-op, all designed for PlayStation Move.
If you just have Valve's Portal 2, but haven't yet purchased Portal 2 In Motion, you can play the entire game with native PlayStation Move support by Sixense, but you won't have the motion-specific gameplay features, such as Portal Surfing, Scaling and One-to-One.
Thanks again to all of our fans who've made this free update possible. We can't thank you enough. You deserve it!
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