The Portal: Companion Collection announced earlier this year officially has a release date, and that release date is… today. Valve’s classic puzzle games are officially out on Nintendo Switch, giving fans a chance to reunite with GLaDOS on the go.
Developed in collaboration with NVIDIA Lightspeed Studios, the collection will feature both games’ full single-player campaigns along with Portal 2’s co-op mode, which is available in both split-screen and online multiplayer.
Portal was originally released in 2007 to widespread acclaim. It won praise for its originality and its writing, which popularized quips like, “The cake is a lie.” It also gave the world the wonderful ‘Still Alive’ by Jonathan Coulton, which played to the original game’s closing credits.
The sequel was still more elaborate, adding in multiplayer and a host of other features. Both are rated among the greatest games ever made.
Portal: Companion Collection’s release was one of several announcements during a Nintendo Direct Mini that also included the reveal of a Mega Man Battle Network collection and more. You can read the full recap right here.
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Author: Kat Bailey