It has been announced that physics based puzzler Bridge Constructor Portal and the two other titles in the Bridge Constructor series from developers ClockStone Software are being packaged together for the upcoming retail release, next week!

On 28th August, North American consumers will be able to grab the Bridge Constructor Portal package, which is a physical release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, priced at $29.99. So there’s not long to wait.

Bridge Constructor Portal is based on Valve’s acclaimed Portal franchise, tasking you with building bridges, ramps and the like to safely transport Bendies through various challenging test chambers at the infamous Aperture Science lab. You’ll need to make use of the portals, repulsion and propulsion gels, and faith plates to bypass hazards like pools of acid, lasers and sentries. And of course, GLaDOS – voiced by Ellen McLain – is never too far away to offer some words of wisdom and provide a few ‘helpful’ tips for the tricky levels ahead.

As mentioned before, both the original Bridge Constructor and its sequel, Bridge Constructor Stunts, are included in the package alongside the Portal themed instalment. In Bridge Constructor, players will take on the role of engineer and architect in order to design unique constructions which can survive the stress test of cars and trucks driving over them, without collapsing. The more thrilling Bridge Constructor Stunts sees ramps and loops built to allow vehicles to pull off spectacular stunts and skilfully reach the end of each stage in style.

The Bridge Constructor Portal package, developed by ClockStone Software and Headup Games, and distributed by Nighthawk Interactive for the retail release, will be launching for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 28th August for $29.99.

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