Big day, LittleBigPlanet fans. Earlier, I told you about a new series of celebrity-inspired original levels being released as part of "the patch" program. Now, it's being reported that there's quite a bit more LBP goodness on the way.
In an interview with 1UP, Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans says that a new LBP web portal is in the works that will let players share, advertise and/or promote their levels via personal web links assigned to every user-created level. This won't just streamline the whole, "Where the hell is your level?" business, but the service will also let you queue up for download whatever level you are looking at online, and that level will download whenever you turn on your console again.
Users will also be able create LBP-related applications using an API incorporated into the service (i.e. A Google Maps page for Craft Earth). There is also talk of starting a rolling beta testing service that would let players test out game features before they find their way into the actual game or future games, all from the comfort of their homes.
Apparently, Evans talks about the other fun stuff on LBP's fabric-covered horizon, so be sure to check out the full interview when it becomes available.