Supergiant says still no date for Transistor, but aiming for 2014

By Phil Owen, Tuesday, 18 February 2014 19:16 GMT

Last we’d heard, Bastion-creator Supergiant Games’ next project, Transistor on the PC and PS4, would be out early this year, but with no release date for the title yet the indie studio seems unlikely to hit that wide mark. But they are still “on track” for 2014, says the studio.

“We’ll announce a date just as soon as we’re sure we can hit it,” creative director Greg Kasavin told Red Bull. The studio is still focused on delivering the product and nothing else; Kasavin said they aren’t thinking about future products or even porting Transistor to new platforms beyond PC and PS4.

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