All that said, the series will be making a return of sorts later this month with the just-announced Bridge Constructor Portal. In it, you'll solve puzzles that involve trucks crossing abyssal chasms, but unlike in other bridge building games such as the recently popular Poly Bridge, you'll be able to use portal technology. I think you could make a strong argument that Portal is the flawless video game, and the world-building that was done in Portal 2 has left me absolutely starving for anything new involving Aperture Science.
Portal is a beloved gaming franchise for many, and while fans still want a proper sequel to the game's last release, it's probably not happening anytime soon. I honestly couldn't tell you.
Throughout the process you're guided by an artificially intelligent supercomputer named GLaDOS, who quickly reveals herself to be equally sinister and witty. And, yes, Portal's evil AI GLaDOS is in Bridge Constructor Portal and back to delivering her/its signature acerbic but monotone observations of player-characters.
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Portal has gone all over the place, from the darkest depths of Aperture Science to outer space, briefly. Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch releases are also planned, but are slated to launch in early 2018 instead.
Bridge Constructor Portal will be released on December 20th on both Mac and Windows computers as well as mobile devices.