It’ll run you $9.99. If you’re a PS Plus member, though, you’ll get a 30 percent discount on your purchase.
The release date coincides with the the release of Portal 2 on the PlayStation Network, which, like the new DLC content, is 30 percent off for Plus users. Digitally downloaded copies will come packed with Move support for the game’s single-player and co-op campaigns.
In Motion was developed by Sixense Studios, not Valve, and adds 20 new test chambers that were once only available on PC using the Razer Hydra motion controller. New gameplay mechanics, like rotating and scaling objects, will be added in the new content.
Existing PS3 Portal 2 owners will be able to add Move support to their copies of the first-person puzzle through a future patch.
Unfortunately for European Portal 2 players, there’s still no word on when the DLC will hit outside of the States.