Portal 2 Prequel Mod Gets Fascinating Trailer

A fan mod prequel to Valve Portal 2, Portal: Revolutionhas released a trailer that introduces the kind of puzzles fans might expect.

You can watch the trailer, posted on YouTube, below. At the time of writing, the trailer has been viewed over 200,000 times and the comments on the post have been incredibly positive.

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Created by Second Face Software (Stefan Heinz, Rory Lambert, Dustin Oakley and Tristan Snartt), Portal: Revolution takes place before the events Portal 2 and sees players traversing a destroyed version of the Aperture science facility with the help of a personality sphere called Stirling. According to his page on Steam, Portal: Revolution will feature more than 40 new puzzles and twists in mechanics that were not present in the original game.

I’ve seen other outlets report this Portal: Revolution is a Valve-approved mod, although I’m actually not sure if that’s true since it seems like the game was mostly just made using a modified version of the Portal 2 Community Edition engine.

The original portal was released in 2007 and the sequel followed in 2011. In the series, which is known for its wit and humor, players solve various puzzles using their portal gun. Overall it is portal The franchise is extremely popular, thanks in large part to the aforementioned humor, the quality of the puzzles, and the overall fun of the game.

I for one will definitely stop by Portal: Revolution when it hits. I love a good puzzle game and this portal Series is one of my favorite series. I hope that the mod can capture some of that spirit of the original and that this ends up being something of a breakout game for Second Face Software.

Portal: Revolution will be released on January 5, 2024 as a free mod for Portal 2.

Isaiah Colbert

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