Folks who have ordered a Steam Deck but won’t get it until the end of this year might actually be able to play a pair of bonafide Valve classics on Switch first. Portal and Portal 2 are both coming to Nintendo’s console later this year as part of the $ 20 Portal: Companion Collection.
You’ll get access to the single-player modes of both the first-person puzzle games, as well as Portal 2‘s co-op mode – there’s support for split-screen, local and online multiplayer. That’s great and all, but when are you going to put Half-Life on Switch, Valve?
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