Valve has turned its attention towards its another major title. Portal 2 new updates will allow players to play a cooperative game in a new style. According to the blog post, one player can play on a controller while the other can play with a mouse and keyboard at the same time. Furthermore, local coop support from the community coop map que is also available.

Apart from this, a new feature called Remote Play Together is also introduced. This will allow players to play split-screen Portal 2 with a remote Player 2, who does not own the game. Moreover, the update will fix bugs like not having enough footer buttons, controller issues, and Xinput related issues.

Here is full patch notes from Valve Blog Post.

Windows
– Fixed an issue where in-game audio caption language would use the system language setting instead of the Steam language setting.

Controller support
– Improved camera control through Steam Input – the sensitivity scale has changed so you may need to increase your configuration’s sensitivity.
– Add local coop support for one controller player and one Mouse/Keyboard player.
– Add local coop support from the community coop map queue. Quickplay is still not supported.
– Fix XInput related options being hidden when connecting a Steam Input enabled controller using a Gamepad configuration.
– Fix the challenge mode screen not having enough footer buttons available through Steam Input.
– Fix several more bugs where the incorrect action set could be set in Steam Input.
– Fix several cases where having a controller connected but not active would affect the glyphs and settings screen options.