Supergiant Games has revealed that their sci-fi action RPG Transistor has just reached a major milestone, surpassing 1 million copies sold worldwide. The game originally launched in 2014 for both PlayStation 4 and PC, and was even offered for free for a month as part of PlayStation’s free PlayStation Plus games.
Supergiant Games made the announcement in a blog post on their official website where they also revealed that their first game, Bastion, has now sold over 3 million copies worldwide. You can check out the full breakdown of every major event that happened for both Bastion and Transistor via Supergiant Games’ year in review by clicking right here.
Here’s a snippet from the blogpost: “As the year winds to a close, we wanted to reflect on 2015, highlight a few recent announcements, and most of all say thank-you to all of you out there who’ve made it possible for us to keep doing what we’re doing here at Supergiant. With Transistor having sold more than a million copies now, and Bastion having sold more than three million, we feel incredibly fortunate to be able to stick together as a team and with any luck keep making the kinds of games that resonate with you for a long time to come.”