Portal to make a triumphant return as a Bridge Constructor spin-off

Bridge Constructor Portal

This may not be the Portal game that everyone wanted, but Bridge Constructor is a fun series regardless, and the addition of Portal elements should only enhance that.

A new Portal has been announced, but it isn't quite what anyone was expecting.

It may not be the Portal sequel that fans have been hoping for since Portal 2's 2011 release, but it's certainly an unexpected mash-up. It's likely that she will tell you there's a cake somewhere on your bridge building journey, but it's nearly certainly a lie.

It is also in the works for PlayStation 4, Switch and Xbox One. The entire gimmick of the Portal games revolves around using a portal gun which can shoot out a blue portal and an orange portal.

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Throughout the process you're guided by an artificially intelligent supercomputer named GLaDOS, who quickly reveals herself to be equally sinister and witty.

Bridge Constructor is a series that tasks players with-you guessed it-constructing bridges in order to move the flow of traffic from one end of the level to the other. And, yes, Portal's evil AI GLaDOS is in Bridge Constructor Portal and back to delivering her/its signature acerbic but monotone observations of player-characters. Feast your eyes on these screenshots, JUST LOOK AT THEM!

Portal has gone all over the place, from the darkest depths of Aperture Science to outer space, briefly.

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