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Portal 2 gets some free DLC on the PS3

11:30 AM on 06.07.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Sweet, d00d!

People often love Valve because they're the company that keeps on giving. Today, you'll be able to bottle some of that love in the form of free Portal 2 DLC, exclusively for the PS3 version of the game. The DLC is said to be a "thank you" from Sixense (who developed the Hydra motion and worked on Move support), to owners of the In Motion DLC.

The new add-on itself is an all-new co-op campaign designed for the PlayStation Move, in the form of a free patch -- so just update your game, and go look for it. If you don't have the game or In Motion yet, they're 20% off as of today (40% for Plus owners). While I don't think that Portal 2 is as good as the original, it's still a great game, a ton of fun for co-op purposes, and at this point, it has a ton of content.

Portal 2 [PlayStation Blog]

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