Co-writer Erik Wolpaw would like to work on a third game in the Portal series. A few problems are there: He's one developer out of hundreds, and he's not sure Valve would pursue another Portal game's profits.
, Wolpaw said in an interview
In spite of that, Wolpaw said in an interview: "I don't get any younger.". Isn't it crazy to think that the original development team will be too old to work on Portal 3? The game was released in 2011, and there haven't been any sequels since then.
enthusiastic about the series
A few months ago, Wolpaw told Kiwi Talkz that although logistics are more complex than they appear from the player's perspective, he still remains enthusiastic about the series:
I would make another Portal
In a second, I would make another Portal. Although I could advocate for it, it wouldn't help...I don't know how the production side compares with the Steam legal side and the business side...There's a lot of opportunity cost to taking 75 people and putting them to work on a game.
Even though it often appears that Valve is just a bunch of people sitting around sipping gin and tonics, everyone is working. Darkly humorous dialogue distinguishes Portal and Portal 2. At Valve, Wolfpaw worked on both games as a writer. In addition to the Half-Life series and the Psychonaut games, he also wrote for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Currently he is a contractor with no ffiliation with for Valve as opposed to Portal 3. He acknowledged that a seque