Huge LittleBigPlanet patch today

Four-player map making!

Media Molecule will roll a LittleBigPlanet patch called Leedrammer out today that adds, among other things, four-player online cooperative map-making! Until now, only two could work together on new stages.

Leedrammer also brings location-based matchmaking and a faster, improved save system that backs-up profiles and levels (hooray!). There's twice as much space for photos and costumes on the Popit menu too.

Head over to the Media Molecule website for a roundup of the smaller changes as well as a video walkthrough of the Leadrammer update.

LittleBigPlanet was released last autumn, and those new to PS3 ought to consider picking a now discounted (Platinum Hits) version of the game. It was Eurogamer's Game of the Year 2008, after all.

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