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Portal co-writer and Valve veteran Erik Wolpaw wants to see Portal 3 become a reality at Valve. As part of an interview with Kiwi Talks (via VGC) the veteran writer (Half-Life 2: Episode Two, Portal, Left 4 Dead, Portal 2, Half-Life: Alyx) opened up about his desires to see a third game in the beloved series.

“We’ve gotta start Portal 3. That’s my message to… to whoever,” Eric states at the end of the very cool interview above. “I am not getting any younger. We are reaching the point where it’s crazy to think [that we’re] literally going to be too old to work on Portal 3, so we should just do it.”

How Valve works as a business and development studio (and maker of hardware) has always been something of a mystery, with Eric Wolpaw adding, "I’d work on another Portal in a second, but I can’t make it happen by myself.” A nod to the logistics of building a sizable team to make it happen. He confirms that everyone at Valve is busy, so it would take a big push to make it a reality.

With Portal: Companion Collection headed to Nintendo Switch, which includes the first two games, the series is very much... still alive. And with the recent release of the in-the-Portal-verse Aperture Desk Job (which Erik Wolpaw is credited as a writer on) for the Steam Deck, Valve's love of the Portal world is still strong. Here's hoping that it's strong enough to green light a full sequel.

It'll be hard to follow-up 2011's Portal 2, which is one of the all-time great puzzle/adventure/co-op games around. Even so, we'd love nothing more than Portal 3. And, you know, err, Half-Life 3.

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