Bastion sells three million, Transistor 600,000

PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions due out this year.


Transistor, the May-launched PlayStation 4 and PC action RPG from Supergiant Games, has sold over 600,000 copies, the developer announced.

Bastion, the company’s first game—originally launched for Xbox 360 and PC, and followed by OS X, Linux, iOS, and Android releases (and coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita later this year)—has sold over three million copies, the majority of which were sold many months after the game’s initial two releases.

As for what’s next for Supergiant, the PlayStation versions of Bastion are due out this year, and the studio is currently in “that relatively quiet period where we’re putting our heads together figuring out what’s next.”

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