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Supergiant surprise:  Transistor  releasing in May
Supergiant surprise: Transistor releasing in May
April 14, 2014 | By Mike Rose

April 14, 2014 | By Mike Rose
More: Console/PC, Indie, Business/Marketing

Newsbrief: Bastion studio Supergiant Games surprised press and players alike over the weekend, revealing that its second game Transistor, thought to be still deep in development, will release next month.

The science-fiction RPG was announced just over a year ago, and was later utilized by Sony to show the company's commitment to indie developers. The game also won Best Downloadable Game at E3.

In a surprise announcement, Supergiant's Greg Kasavin said that the game will release on May 20 for PlayStation 4 and PC. "Weve been putting the finishing touches on it and think its just about ready," he said.

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Matthew Fundaun
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Whoa, seriously? Wow, so that's what the radio silence meant. Funny that they kept so quiet though, given the standard is to speak up about it.

Well, as a fan of Bastion, definitely looking forward to this. Wonder if they'll be going for more press now that they're polishing up.

George Menhal III
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I hope I'm not the only one who decided on PS4 over Xbox One partially because of this game. I have loved it since it was first revealed and I just can't wait to play it for hours on end. Bastion was such a great game.

Props to Kasavin for moving all the way up from reviewer to designer / developer. I used to watch his reviews on gamespot years ago and I love to see him growing into a more appropriate role within the industry.