Sixense is the developer behind the DLC, which will run gamers $9.99 for the all-new campaign. Some of the new features include scaling and manipulation of objects and "portal surfing", all of which will be utilized throughout the new campaign.
Not wanting to spend the cash on the new levels? Then you should be happy to hear that the base game will also be updated with some PlayStation Move controls on Tuesday. This update is for both the single player campaign and the multiplayer co-op levels.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to get Portal 2 in Motion at 30% off of the regular price of $9.99.