Portal 2 was critically one of the best games of 2011 and rightfully so. For everything it did right in the first game Valve took that and multiplied by a thousand. Whether it was its gripping tale of one woman trying to escape the bowels of an abandoned (or exterminated?) laboratory from an evil artificial intelligence, or whether it was the introduction of whole new physics mechanics seen in the propulsion gels mixed with portals, there's not a whole lot you can say bad about the property. Maybe the only thing you could dare say is that you could finish it.
Well, now you can keep the experience going with a new update hitting the game on both PC and MAC platforms. The "Perpetual Testing Initiative" Update is Aperature's way of making you, the player, become just another one of their fancy tests, y'know... for science.
The DLC will be free and will be making its way to desktop owners of the game on May 8th, however, there's no mention of it coming to the console market any time soon, if at all. Players who get the update will be able to design and upload their own maps where there they can be voted on for even more exposure.
Are you excited to finally get a chance to make your own Portal 2 maps?