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PlayStation Now has merged with PlayStation Plus, and features of PlayStation Now including a game library of hundreds of games to download or stream on-demand, are now part of the new PlayStation Plus service.
In May 2009, Alex Evans revealed that a new community website was in development that will serve as a web-based portal to help users promote their levels. Each user-created level will have its own page on the website where users can view information, pictures, leaderboards and comments for the level and add it to a "download queue". Once added to the user's queue, the level automatically be accessible from a menu the next time the users plays LittleBigPlanet, helping users find specific levels more easily. Media Molecule also plan to allow third parties to access level information directly through a software API. This will allow other websites to integrate live data into their sites.
The game's main interface is based around the player's "pod" and three planets, each of which is focused on the three areas of the game; "Play", "Create" and "Share". These are accessed using the "pod computer". The main Play planet is the "LittleBigPlanet". This is where users access the main story levels and also serves as the main gateway to user-created levels. The LittleBigPlanet features an interface into the PlayStation Store where users can access and purchase downloadable content. The Create planet, called "My Moon", is where players save and access levels they have created or copied. Each crater on the moon holds one level. The Share planet, or "Info Moon", is where players can access their friends list, gameplay statistics and their hearted levels and creators. The user can select a person on their friends list to view their published levels, hearted levels and hearted creators.
Both Sony Computer Entertainment and Media Molecule undertook a large-scale marketing campaign in the run-up to the game's release. In North America, SCEA partnered with several major online retailers to offer unique bonus gifts to customers pre-ordering the game from the selected retailers. These gifts include codes to access additional in-game costumes, a sticker book, a burlap pouch and an official game guide. In the UK, SCEE partnered with online retailers to offer downloadable costumes, such as the Nariko character from Heavenly Sword, to customers who pre-order the game. A temporary shop in the UK was set up in Manchester city centre, where people were able to play the game before its release. The shop moved to central London in October. In addition to a chance to play the game, it offered such activities as t-shirt making. To market the game to an online audience, a website campaign to "reclaim Pluto as the ninth planet", Proposition Pluto, was released as a marketing tool several weeks before the game's release.
In April 2009, Media Molecule released a free software update dubbed "Cornish Yarg", the first major update for the game. New features that were introduced with this update include the ability for the user to play their own music from the PlayStation 3's hard drive whilst in their Pod or in "Create" mode, the ability to turn a prize collection in user-created levels on or off and improvements to the character customisation process. Changes were also made to some creation tools including the ability to hide mechanical objects such as bolts and pistons. Shortly after this update, Creator Pack 1 was released as a free piece of downloadable content. This pack added new Create mode tools including a new type of checkpoint which provides the player with an infinite number of lives for a given section, a tetherless version of the jetpack and a power-up removal marker which forces the player to drop any power-ups such as the Paintinator or jetpack. The update also included a tool to allow the creator to trigger changes in the entire level's lighting and other environmental settings, when the player passes a certain point or performs an action.
In August 2009 Media Molecule announced that a future update would add water to the game. The additional Create Mode tools were released as part of a Pirates of the Caribbean-themed downloadable content pack on 22 December 2009. Much like the Metal Gear Solid pack, the premium downloadable content pack contains six new levels and also unlocks new creator tools allowing users to use the new mechanics in their levels. These tools include a Global Water Object allowing users to trigger changes in the water properties of their levels as well as a water-activated switch, a scuba-gear pick-up and a bubble machine. The pack also features Pirates of the Caribbean-themed stickers, decorations, music, backdrops, objects and materials. Whilst users are required to purchase this pack in order to create levels with these tools, users are able to play levels utilising the features whether they purchase the pack or not.