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06 December 2017, 05:52 | Edward Lowe
GLaDOS in the announcement trailer.
Valve has been secretly developing it and the ending of this new Portal game hints at it.
Valve, Headup Games, and Austrian game developer ClockStone Software announced a new collaboration earlier today that will give fans a new take on the hilarious puzzle experience Bridge Constructor. It's called Bridge Constructor Portal and it puts you right back in Aperture Labs, together with GLaDOS who has made a decision to run tests in vehicle-based test chambers because. well, why not?
"For the a year ago we've been secretly working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series", reads a statement from Headup. This game will embrace the world of Valve's Portal franchise and will release - as a standalone title - on December 20th.
It's not a joke or a quick cameo: there really is a new Portal game coming out. We were expecting to hear something about this on Thursday night (late Friday here in the UK) during the Game Awards. 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 appears to be a new, Portal-themed version of Bridge constructor. It crashes beside GLaDOS - voiced by Ellen McLain, who says: "Ah yes, we are going to have a lot of fun together".
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.
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