Bastion, the game that has wowed many and earned (and was nominated) for many awards has now taken the next step in its journey, it’s arrived on the PS4.
As part of the Spring Fever 2015 Lineup, the game from SuperGiant is getting its next gen debut, and the team couldn’t be happier.
“It’s an exciting moment for us at Supergiant, as you may know us best from our game Transistor, which debuted on PS4 last year. But before that, we created Bastion, and this launch means a whole new slew of people will get to see what that game’s all about. So, whether you’ve never played any of our games, or played and enjoyed Transistor and want to see what else we can do (or count yourself a fan of both and want to play Bastion again), we love you! Thanks to you we get to do what we do every day, and keep on making stuff.”
We weren’t kidding when we said that Bastion has made an impact in the game world, it has sold over 3 million copies, and has earned 100 different awards, that’s no small feat in today’s industry. It’s entirely possible that by the end of its PS4 run, it could get a lot more fans into its unique gameplay and world.
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