Portal RTX – A deal on a single PC game doesn’t usually rise to the top of our daily pickings of discounts, but it did today. Valve’s mind-bending and often hilarious puzzle game Portal costs a single dollar at Steam. This price cut is timed with Nvidia’s release of a big graphical overhaul of the game that adds optional ray tracing and DLSS 3 AI upscaling that’s best experienced with its pricey RTX 40-series GPUs.
Thankfully, you don’t need one of those to play the game — far from it. It originally released in 2007 as part of Valve’s The Orange Box collection, and it’s compatible with Windows PCs, macOS, and the Steam Deck. Even the Portal Companion Collection containing Portal and Portal 2 for the Nintendo Switch is on sale, costing $13.39 ($6.70 off).
Even if you haven’t played the original Portal, paying even a little attention to gaming in the past 15 years is probably enough for you to have soaked in some popular references through osmosis. Quotes like “the cake is a lie” and “thank you for helping us help you help us all” are some personal favorites.
To celebrate the free RTX ray-tracing update that recently launched, Valve has knocked 90 percent off its must-play 2007 puzzle game.
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