One of Steam's top-rated games is available for you to download completely free of charge

Looking for something new to play this weekend?

One of Steam's top-rated games is now available to download for free for PC gamers.

I'm talking about the incredible Portal Reloadedthe spiritual continuation of Portal2 developed by PORTANIS.

If you hear this for the first time Portal Reloadedit is essentially a free mod that you can download on Steam that expands Portal225 new puzzles added.

Of course, yes, that means you actually need Portal2 to take advantage of this free offer, but given that this game is an absolute must-play classic, I'm sure many of you already have it in your library.

If not, it's on offer now for just 85p. It doesn't get much cheaper than that.

Portal Reloaded is a free, community-created modification for Portal2. The mod builds on the concepts of the main game by allowing you to place a third portal that allows travel between two different timelines. Thinking in four dimensions is crucial to solving 25 brand new, tricky puzzles,” the summary says.

Check out this real-life replica of Wheatley.

Portal Reloaded expands the game concepts of the main game.

Players receive the Triple Portal Device, which connects different points in space and time to solve the various puzzles.

As mentioned, there are 25 puzzles you can solve alone, and an additional 20 puzzles are available if you play with a friend via the co-op update.

The mod is one of the highest rated releases on Steam, boasting an “overwhelmingly positive” rating of 96%.

“This is a MUST if you Portal2“In terms of quality, it practically has the status of a DLC,” says one review.

“Such a cool mod! It took what made the original great Portal2 so great and have expanded it.

The time travel mechanics are flawlessly implemented and all the important rules are explained well enough in the first few chambers that you never really run into problems later on,” said another.

“That is portal on steroids! Whoever designed these puzzles is a genius. Solving some of them made my head hurt,” wrote one happy player.

I'm sure you get what I mean. If this sounds like your kind of thing, dive in for free!