The Newest Portal Game is a Bridge Constructor

The Newest Portal Game is a Bridge Constructor

What's next? Left 4 Dead Racing?

LizardRock by LizardRock on Dec 06, 2017 @ 02:24 PM (Staff Bios)
Comment(s)


Valve pulled a fast one on fans again recently with a new Portal game, but not how people wanted. Bridge Constructor Portal has been announced as an official Portal game about bridge physics.

Bridge Constructor Portal is a third-party developed title, releasing on PC and mobile first, and later coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later on. It's a physics-based puzzle game, where the player has to construct bridges capable of achieving the goal of the level, which is normally getting a truck from one side of a gap to another. Of course, this all takes place in the Portal universe.

The developer of this game is not Valve, but Headsup Games. Their claim to fame was for the Bridge Constructor game released in 2013 of the same concept. Bridge Constructor Portal is essentially a modified version of this game, using Portal assets and adding some relevant features, such as the use of a portal gun.

Many fans of the Portal series were quite upset with the fact that this is not actually another Portal, but a licensed spin-off. Valve has a history of not releasing the third iteration of a game, despite consumer demand. This will likely negatively impact Bridge Constructor Portal's sales, despite the likelihood that it will be a genuinely good game.

You can get Bridge Constructor Portal on PC or mobile devices on December 20, with the console version releasing some time next year.

Comments

Comment on this Article in our Forum

More GamerzUnite News

UPDATE: Steam Sale Will Supposedly Start Today

UPDATE: Steam Sale Will Supposedly Start Today

Fingers crossed for some awesome deals.

June 21 @ 10:52 AM
Xbox No Longer Focused on a Console VR Option

Xbox No Longer Focused on a Console VR Option

Leaving PlayStation the only console with VR.

June 21 @ 08:51 AM
June 21 @ 08:32 AM
PUBG Apologizes for Banning Innocents

PUBG Apologizes for Banning Innocents

And gives them kind of crappy compensation.

June 21 @ 07:07 AM
Take-Two CEO Says Single-Player Games aren't Dead

Take-Two CEO Says Single-Player Games aren't Dead

Which, you know, is kind of ironic.

June 21 @ 06:46 AM
June 20 @ 04:49 PM
Join GamerzUnite and Unite with other Gamerz.
A Piece of Our Mind

Monster Hunter World Review: The Best it's Ever Been

Post-E3 Report Card: Who Won, Who Lost?

The 2018 Pre-E3 Industry Report Card

Should We be Scared of Tencent?

How to Become, and Beat, The Giant Dad of Dark Souls