Portal's Getting a Bridge Construction Spin Off Later This Month

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A new Portal game was announced!

Portal and Portal 2 are celebrated classics, but after the release of the latter developer Valve steered away from game development, instead focusing on hardware like the HTC Vive virtual reality headset and its digital platform Steam.

Headup Games has not yet revealed a price for Bridge Constructor Portal, but we don't expect it to be all that expensive.

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For the previous year we've been secretly working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series. According to Headup, the game will "blend the laws of physical construction and Aperture technology straight from the Aperture Laboratories into a refreshing game experience that will entertain fans of both franchises". The games are also available on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and you shouldn't have much trouble finding them used for around $10 a pop. It's really cool that Valve is collaborating with Headup Games for this title.

There's a new Portal game on the way, but it's not what anyone would have expected. The game's trailer seems to have leaked, and while there is a new Portal something coming, it's not Portal 3. The year of Portal's original release, GLaDOS won several awards for being the best video game character of the year, and you'd be hard pressed to find many people who would argue that GLaDOS isn't among the best video game characters of all time. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

The game will launch in two weeks, starting with the PC versions (Windows, Mac, and Linux) and Android/iOS devices on December 20.

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