Bridge Constructor Portal Getting More Levels

Published: November 6, 2019 4:06 PM /


Bridge Constructor Portal

Have you played Bridge Constructor Portal and felt like it was missing something? Specifically, the ability to place a portal? Well, fear not, as some DLC is coming to fix that. The Portal Proficiency DLC will be adding new levels and tools to give the game more content.

The new DLC will feature 30 stages, giving you plenty to play with. The stages are intentionally made to make use of the new feature, one of the most requested since the original game came out. You can now place your own portals. This means you can decide when a truck enters one side and exits the other, giving you chances to set up all-new ways of getting around. If nothing else, I'm sure there's fun ways to cheese the levels by launching trucks into portals at weird angels so they end up in places they shouldn't be. That's always a fun thing to do.

If you missed the original game, Bridge Constructor Portal is a mash-up of the Bridge Constructor and Portal series. The game has you building bridges that will hold up when trucks drive over them and having to lead them through Portal-based stages that feature traps like turrets, launch pads, bombs, and, of course, portals. Along the way, you'll become friends with GLaDOS. And by friends, I mean she's GLaDOS, so she just talks about killing you and makes you feel vaguely uncomfortable at how funny she is when threatening your life.

Bridge Constructor Portal is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices. The Portal Proficiency DLC will be launching on November 12th, 2019.

How do you feel about this DLC? Going to use the chance to make more bridges? Is it actually possible to keep a bridge standing, or is that just a me problem? Let us know in the comments below!

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