Portal 2 gets co-op improvements and Vulkan support in a new update

Valve’s puzzle-platformer-teleportationer Portal 2 was released to great acclaim on April 19, 2011. It was a tremendous success, and remains popular to this day. According to SteamCharts, there are at this very moment more than 3100 people playing it—not bad at all for a decade-old puzzle game.

It’s not just gamers who keep playing with it: So is Valve, which dropped a new update yesterday that, among other things, adds support for Vulkan rendering, improves advanced video setting descriptions, makes default video settings “smarter,” and speeds up the compile time for user-made Perpetual Testing Initiative puzzles.

source: gamezpot.com