Eight years after its release, Portal 2 is still getting some love from Valve. A new update for the 2011 platform-puzzler has just been posted, fixing, improving, and adding a bunch of different features – including an easier way to play with your pals. The update on the Portal 2 Steam site primarily tweaks controller support, with things like “improved camera control through Steam Input” and a fix for bugs where Steam Input could have incorrect actions set. The update, however, also adds some new local co-op support, making it easier to have one player jump in with a controller and another with mouse and keyboard. It was possible to do this before the update, but getting the setup, uh, set up, required a little creativity. This local support also extends to Portal 2’s community co-op map queue, though Valve says that Quickplay still isn’t supported. With Steam Remote Play now live for everyone, the future of Portal 2 co-op play has never looked brighter.
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