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Supergiant games Transistor sells 600,000 units and Bastion tops indie sales


#SupergiantGames is now sitting on two very comfortable indie hits. Both Bastion and Transistor have #exceeded sales #expectations and secured the company’s future for quite some time.

On the official webpage, the often praised Supergiant posted in its blog, shared the sales figures of both of its beloved indie hits. Its more recent game Transistor, released on the Linux, Mac, Windows PC, and PlayStation 4, crossed an impressive 600,000 units in its first year. Transistor also picked up more than 70 industry awards in 2014. So it’s likely to cross into seven-digits before the end of 2015.

However, the smooth-talking game that the studios is best known for, Bastion, is looking even better with a whopping 3 million units in the bag. This game, which put Supergiant on the map back in 2011 is available for Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Xbox 360, iOS, and Android, and looking to expand platforms with incoming releases on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

Supergiant currently finds itself in “that relatively quiet period where we’re putting our heads together figuring out what’s next,” so no official games are in the works. However, the studio remains one of indie gaming’s best success stories, and we look forward to what crazy adventure they take us on next.


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