Portal Reloaded receives its first gameplay trailer

Portal Reloaded's adding a new dimension to Portal 2 in 2021

Portal Reloaded's adding a new dimension to Portal 2 in 2021

Portal Reloaded receives its first gameplay trailer

Portal 2 is almost ten years old, and the game's active modding community is continuing to keep the game alive with new content, creating new test chambers, story content and adding new mechanics to the title. 

Portal Reloaded is the latest Portal 2 mod to take the community spotlight, altering the base game by adding a 3-way Portal gun into the mix. The game's standard Orange/Blue portals will function as normal but Reloaded's third green Portal adds a new dimension into the equation by enabling travel between two timelines. 

This week, Portal Reloaded received its first gameplay trailer, showcasing how the mod alters Portal 2's gameplay mechanics, and how the game's mysterious green Portal adds a new dimension to the title. 

A green portal? Two timelines? While this may sound confusing, this addition will allow players to travel between two inter-connected timelines, allowing Portal Reloaded players to solve each of the mod's custom test chambers in new and unique ways. This mod will be voice acted and features its own storyline, with players assuming the role of test subject 4-5-0-9.

Portal Reloaded is due to release on April 19th 2021, on the tenth anniversary of Portal 2's release. This mod is being created by Jannis Brinkmann, who has released additional details about Portal Reloaded on Moddb and through Portal Reloaded's official website.   

PC gamers can now add Portal released to their Steam Wishlist. Portal Reloaded will require a copy of Portal 2 to play on PC.  

You can join the discussion on Portal Reloaded receiving its first gameplay trailer on the OC3D Forums.

Portal Reloaded's adding a new dimension to Portal 2 in 2021

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Most Recent Comments

09-11-2020, 15:52:05

Gotta admit this is quite a new twist on this classic and awesome game.Quote

10-11-2020, 16:47:31

Looking forward to playing this again with new content. I'd love to see what valve could do with a VR Portal though.Quote

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