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Portal 2 is one of the many franchises featured in LEGO Dimensions. It is based on the mega-popular video game of the same name, which in turn is a sequel to the original game Portal.


Portal 2 is a puzzle-platform game developed by Valve Corporation. It was released in April 2011 for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The digital PC version is distributed online by Valve's Steam service, while all retail editions were distributed by Electronic Arts.

Like the original Portal, players solve puzzles by placing portals and teleporting between them. Portal 2 adds features including tractor beams, lasers, light bridges, and paint-like gels that alter player movement or allow portals to be placed on any surface. In the single-player campaign, players control Chell, who navigates the dilapidated Aperture Science Enrichment Center during its reconstruction by the supercomputer GLaDOS; new characters include robot Wheatley and Aperture founder Cave Johnson. In the new cooperative mode, players solve puzzles together as robots Atlas and P-Body. Jonathan Coulton and The National produced songs for the game.

Valve announced Portal 2 in March 2010, and promoted it with alternate reality games including the Potato Sack, a collaboration with several independent game developers. After release, Valve released downloadable content and a simplified map editor to allow players to create and share levels.

Portal 2 received acclaim for its gameplay, balanced learning curve, pacing, dark humor, writing, and acting. It has been described as one of the greatest video games of all time by numerous publications and critics.

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  • This is one of the few franchises to have all the characters' respective actors reprise their roles. The others are: Adventure Time, Jurassic World, and Scooby-Doo!.
    • Of all of these, this is the only video game franchise.
  • The Cores--Wheatley, Space Core, Adventure Core, and Cake Core--look different to the original video games. Their "eyelids" have a curvature at the front and Wheatley, Space Core, and Adventure Core are given colours at the side.
  • The game appears to focus on the first game in GLaD to See You, and on the second game in the Adventure World.
  • The sound of a Shift portal is the sound an excursion funnel from the game Portal 2 uses.
  • Along with The Wizard of Oz and Midway Arcade, this is one of the only Year 1 franchises that did not have any LEGO sets previously based on it, including in the LEGO Ideas line.
    • However all three had been pitched to LEGO Ideas and had received notable attention before being rejected by the LEGO Group.
  • Portal 2 and Half-Life exist in the same universe. This is referenced via various Black Mesa boxes located in the Adventure World and levels.
  • While Portal 2 has been on a Playstation and Microsoft console; It’s inclusion in Lego Dimensions marks the franchise appearance on a Nintendo console.
    • Both Portal 1 and 2 are now available on the Nintendo Switch.


ved LEGO Dimensions Franchises
Year 1
Back to the FutureDC ComicsDoctor WhoGhostbustersJurassic WorldLegends of ChimaMidway ArcadeNinjagoPortal 2Scooby-Doo!The LEGO MovieThe Lord of the RingsThe SimpsonsThe Wizard of Oz
Year 2
Adventure TimeBeetlejuiceE.T. the Extra-TerrestrialFantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemGhostbusters (2016)GremlinsHarry PotterKnight RiderLEGO City: UndercoverMission: ImpossibleSonic the HedgehogTeen Titans Go!The A-TeamThe GooniesThe LEGO Batman MovieThe Powerpuff Girls
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