Valve’s Chet Faliszek has said the firm isn’t worried about Portal 2 being released on PS3 after recent hacks exposed the console.
According to Faliszek, it’s apparently a non-issue with the developer as he doesn’t “think it’s going to have any impact at all,” on the integrity of Valve PS3 games.
“We’ll be fine,” he told CVG. “Bad for [Sony]. I mean, you know, no-one likes to see that but we have no concern, we’re not worried about it for Portal being on the PS3.”
It was confirmed yesterday user-made levels for Portal 2 would be available for all platforms, with PS3 users able to get the levels through Steamworks.
Valve announced last week the game would feature cross-platform play between PS3 and PC-Mac versions.
Portal 2 releases on April 22 on Mac, PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
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