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Portal: Companion Collection Coming to Nintendo Switch this Year

Portal: Companion Collection is coming to Nintendo Switch this year. During the latest Nintendo Direct, it was announced that Valve will be bringing their critically acclaimed Portal duology to the Nintendo Switch later this year.

Soon, fans and newcomers to the Portal series will be able to play both games for the first time on a Nintendo system. This is the first time the two original titles will be coming to the portal.

However the portal companion does not have an official release date yet, Valve has revealed that the title will cost only $19.99 when it is released. When the Portal: Companion Collection gets an official release date, we will be sure to let you all know.

Portal: Companion Collection: Price

“Portal and Portal 2 are coming to Nintendo Switch in Portal: Companion Collection,” Valve wrote on social media. “Get ready to think with portals later this year for $19.99 in the Nintendo eShop!”

Portal: Companion Collection Versions

The first installment was published to the gaming community in 2007. The second one launched in 2011. In the series, players are taken the role of Chell who must escape facilities that are controlled by the artificial intelligence GLaDOS.  They will have to solve different types of puzzles with their special gun to do this.

The Portal series is a groundbreaking puzzle game. Players have to navigate through different environments by opening and closing portals that they can walkthrough.

It also features a darkly humorous narrative as players puzzle their way through the mysterious Aperture Science Laboratories.

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Portal 2, on the other hand, is focused on everything included in the original game. This is just a more detailed experience. It has a bigger part of the back story, giving fans more information about GLaDOS, Aperture Science Laboratories, and its founder Cave Johnson.

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