The new Portal game is a Bridge Constructor spin-off

The new Portal game is a Bridge Constructor spin-off

Valve has teamed up with developer Headup Games to bring us Bridge Constructor Portal. Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the gameplay of creating physics-accurate bridges with the wacky sci-fi setting of the hugely popular Portal puzzle games. It doesn't look like a canon expansion of Portal lore, but it still retains fan-favorite hallmarks like talking turrets and GLaDOS mocking your every failure, so it should feel authentic despite the extreme changeup in genre. It will be coming to PS4, Switch and Xbox One early next year. We were expecting to hear something about this on Thursday night (late Friday here in the UK) during the Game Awards. It received a more fleshed-out sequel in 2011's Portal 2, which received even more acclaim than the original. The entire gimmick of the Portal games revolves around using a portal gun which can shoot out a blue portal and an orange portal. In it, players construct spans and supports to allow traffic to flow from one part of the level to another. Additionally, GLaDOS singing Jonathan Coulton's "Still Alive" is. Luckily, Portal is making a return, but by means of Bridge Constructor. Yet that's exactly what Valve has just announced.

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Bridge Constructor Portal will be released on December 20 for PC, MacOS and Linux as well as smartphones.

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