Portal 2: In Motion hits PSN on Tuesday

Also: free PlayStation Move patch to hit Portal 2.

Portal 2: In Motion, Sixsense Studios’ upcoming PlayStation Move-enabled download campaign for Valve’s Portal 2, will hit PlayStation Network this coming Tuesday, November 6, for $9.99. PlayStation Plus subscribers will get 30 percent off.

“We are excited to now work with Sony and Valve to deliver content that takes advantage of the advanced motion tracking of the PlayStation Move,” said Josh Bays, director of product marketing at Sixsense Studios.

“Portal 2 In Motion introduces gameplay mechanics, including scaling and rotation of objects as well as portal surfing. These new abilities are all required as the player progresses through an increasingly challenging set of test chambers that look familiar from Portal 2, but require new thinking to solve.”

The release of Portal 2: In Motion will coincide with the release of Portal 2‘s digital download version on PlayStation Network, which now includes PlayStation Move support (implemented by Sixsense) for the entire single-player and co-op campaigns. PlayStation Plus subscribers can also purchase this for 30 percent off.

If you already own Portal 2 on Blu-ray disc, you’ll receive PlayStation Move support for the single-player and co-op campaigns via a free patch.

Watch the debut trailer for Portal 2: In Motion below.

Thanks, PlayStation Blog.

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