Making its way onto PC, MacOS, Linux and mobile devices on 20th December, Bridge Constructor Portal will once again place you under the watchful eyes of GLaDOS.
With all that in mind, what are your thoughts on the New Portal Game?
In the game, players build bridges to grant safe passage to various vehicles while contending with a complicated physics system, gravity and the instability of their own creations.
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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.
The trailer concludes with a bridge collapsing, sending a truck plummeting into the void below. It's sure to be taxing, but yet we're also betting it's going to be amusing. Naturally speculation turned to a possible third instalment and remasters of the first two games, released in 2007 and 2011. 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.
Fans have been waiting for Portal 3 for years, but Valve seemingly aren't behind the development of Bridge Constructor Portal aside from giving the go-ahead for the use of their license. Most recently, protagonist Chell and the familiar Sentry Turret and Companion Cube were part of Lego Dimensions when it launched in 2015.
No firm release date has been announced.