The new Portal game is a Bridge Constructor spin-off

A new Portal game will launch this month—Bridge Constructor Portal

Valve's 'Bridge Constructor Portal' arrives on iOS and macOS December 20th

It's very unlikely we're ever going to get a proper third entry in the Portal series.

As its title suggests, Bridge Constructor Portal is a crossover between Bridge Constructor and Portal. While everyone is waiting for Valve to release another sequel, Headup Games has announced 'Bridge Constructor Portal'. You'll build bridges across Aperture Science-like testing areas, utilizing seemingly every element from the Portal universe from Companion Cubes to the orange and blue goo from Portal 2.

A new Portal game will launch this month—Bridge Constructor Portal

Valve may have an aversion to making games with the number 3 in them, but that doesn't mean franchises like Portal are dead.

For the past year we've been working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series. Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the gameplay of creating physics-accurate bridges with the wacky sci-fi setting of the hugely popular Portal puzzle games.

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I admit, I've never really understood the enduring popularity of bridge-building sims, but this is at least a somewhat interesting use of the Portal license. I honestly couldn't tell you. And while Headup Games has not issued an official press release yet, you can find below its first in-game screenshots.

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