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Portal 2 In Motion will Move you PSN

Submitted by on Thursday, 1 November 2012No Comment

 Portal 2 In Motion will Move you PSN Sixense Studios has gone onto the NA PlayStation Blog to announce that Portal 2 will be moving next week when the 6 November update commences. Dubbed Portal 2 In Motion, the downloadable content will expand Portal 2 by adding PS Move controller support at just $9.99, or 30% off for PS Plus subscribers.

This is looking to be the biggest update to Portal since Portal 2. Adding Move controller support may just change the way other developers look at gaming with the Move, and this is something that is sorely needed. While games like Sports Champions 2 and the EyePet franchise are great, but they are expected. The Wii is responsible for the general mass thinking one way about motion controls, but now Sixense Studios might just change all that.

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The release of In Motion was timed precisely to go along with the digital release of Portal 2 on PSN. Just in case you got rid of your physical copy, now you can download the game with the motion-enabled update provided by Sixense allowing the single player and co-op campaign to Move too. PS Plus subscribers can purchase Portal 2 digitally at a 30% discount next week.

Let’s recap all that: Portal 2 becomes digitally downloadable on 6 November, with an exlusive 30% off discount for PS Plus subscribers. Portal 2 In Motion DLC will also be available on 6 November for $9.99, and 30% off for Plus subscribers. Portal 2 Blu-ray copies will be prompted to download a patch adding motion controls on or before 6 November.