Portal: Companion Collection is Out Now for Nintendo Switch

Valve's duo of masterful first person puzzle titles, Portal and Portal 2, are out now on Nintendo Switch as a single package.

Posted By | On 28th, Jun. 2022

Last year, it was announced that Valve’s beloved duo of first person puzzle games, Portal and Portal 2, would be launching for the Nintendo Switch as a single package in Portal: Companion Collection sometime in 2022. As part of the recent Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, the collection showed up again- and a shadow drop got confirmed.

Portal: Companion Collection is out now for Nintendo Switch. Developed in collaboration with Nvidia Lightspeed Studios, it is available for $19.99. In addition to both games being included, Portal 2’s co-op also supports full online and split-screen functionality as well.

Little needs to be said about these two masterpieces at this point, but if somehow you haven’t played these games yet, this should be the perfect opportunity to jump in. Given the sort of games these two are, portability should gel very well with them. Check out their launch trailer below.


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