Supergiant Games has updated the iOS version of Bastion to make it a universal app. Previously compatible only with the iPad 2 and up, it’s now playable on iPhone 4S and iPod Touch fifth generation or newer devices. Available now on the App Store for AU$5.49 or regional equivalent, the updated version has been optimized for the iPhone 5’s 4four inch Retina display and supports iCloud sync so you can continues your save file on any device. Bastion is also available on Linux, Mac, PC and via Xbox Live Arcade.
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Xbox One users will be able to play Bastion on their console next month.
During the PlayStation Experience keynote, Sony revealed Bastion had arrived on the PS Store for Vita with Cross-Buy. Nuclear Throne is also available on PS4 alongside Fat Princess Adventures.
Supergiant Games has revealed its third project, Pyre.
Bastion will arrive on PlayStation 4 today when the North American PS Store updates. The game will also release in Europe tomorrow.