GLaDOS Returns In Bridge Constructor Portal On Nintendo Switch

James Marshall
December 6, 2017

Bridge Constructor Portal will be a completely standalone title and "fully embraces" the Portal license, with all manner of fiendish conundrums and an "exciting new game experience".

Valve's Portal is a beloved game, which broke the mold by being an FPS puzzle game with awesome mechanics, sense of humor, and mysterious world.

In a press release, Headup Games said:"For the previous year we've been secretly working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series".

Headup Games is the publisher of Bridge Constructor.

Portal 2 Screenshot

With the help of GLaDOS, its turrets, and obviously a whole bunch of portals, new and more experienced bridge-builders are able to solve increasingly hard physic-based puzzles in Bridge Constructor Portal, based on the popular Valve series. That game featured a new slice of story with McLain and other returning stars set after the events of Portal 2 - and which is canon in my head until Valve says otherwise. 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.

Bridge Constructor Portal, as the name suggests, combines gameplay from Bridge Constructor and Portal.

Bridge Constructor Portal seems like a simple premise from the trailer: design bridges, interact with portals, and get trucks to the end of levels making use of momentum and trajectory.

Bridge Constructor Portal releases December 20 on PC and mobile, and launches early 2018 on consoles.

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