Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Bridge Constructor Portal Taking You to Aperture Sciences in 2018

Bridge Constructor Portal Taking You to Aperture Sciences in 2018

In case you're unfamiliar, Bridge Constructor is just what it sounds like - you build bridges that pass various challenges, blending physics manipulation with puzzle game elements.

It's not a joke or a quick cameo: there really is a new Portal game coming out.

I hope you haven't been too excited. I think you could make a strong argument that Portal is the ideal video game, and the world-building that was done in Portal 2 has left me absolutely starving for anything new involving Aperture Science. Valve and Headup Games have announced Bridge Constructor Portal - a spin-off of the chasm closing puzzler set in the world of GLaDOS and Aperture Science. You can pick up the bundle on Steam for $30, although it's often on sale for far less than that. Though one can't help but feel that the burgeoning Portal community would be better served with Portal 3 instead of Bridge Constructor Portal.

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How Portal came to be involved is now a mystery, and it seems as if news of the game was leaked early and this was actually meant to be an announcement at The Game Awards tomorrow. While this may not be the Portal sequel fans were hoping for, if Valve isn't going to make use of its game series' it is reassuring to see at least someone is. And even if there was a game called that none of the original three writers still work at Valve, so it would never be the same. While Portal 2 was the last entry for the series, and released for the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2011.

Bridge Constructor Portal releases on PC and mobile on the 20th of December.

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