You (Probably) Can't Play Portal 2's First Downloadable ContentS

The first major downloadable content for Valve's Portal 2 has unexpectedly already been released, but seeing as it's only available for those purchasing a $140 peripheral, most people won't be playing it this week.

Razer's Hydra, a strange orb-like controller designed for the PC, is shipping with ten custom-built singleplayer levels of Valve's smash hit sequel, all designed specifically for the Hydra's controls.

It's currently available from Razer's store or, more interestingly given it's a piece of hardware, from Valve's store (for US customers) as well. At $140 that's a lot if you just want the ten new levels, but it would not surprise me in the slightest if there were Valve fans keen enough to do just that.

You (Probably) Can't Play Portal 2's First Downloadable Content

[via Rock, Paper, Shotgun]