Bridge Constructor Portal is a new game based on the “Portal” franchise, releases on December 20th

Headup Games has announced that it has been working on a new Bridge Constructor game. This game will embrace the world of Valve’s Portal franchise and will release – as a standalone title – on December 20th.

As Headup Games noted:

“For the last year we’ve been secretly working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series. This new stand-alone title will release on PC, MacOS, Linux, mobile devices, and console, and fully embraces the Portal license, one of the most beloved video game franchises of the last decade.”

Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the laws of structural engineering and technology straight from Aperture Laboratories into an exciting new game experience, all under the demanding gaze of GLaDOS.

In order to celebrate this announcement, Headup Games has also released a new trailer for Bridge Constructor Portal.

And since we know that some will say it… Half Life 3 confirmed. A new Portal game is an obvious indication of a new Half Life 3 game. Valve has been secretly developing it and the ending of this new Portal game hints at it.

Joking aside, this is a nice surprise. It’s really cool that Valve is collaborating with Headup Games for this title. So, here is hoping that it will be something more than an average game!

Bridge Constructor Portal - Announcement Trailer

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