Transistor is now fully playable says Supergiant Games, no release date yet though
It's been a while since Bastion developer Supergiant Games announced their next game Transistor, and they've been fairly quite on the subject until now.
Supergiant's Greg Kasavin has revealed that they now have the game in a fully playable state and are working on expanding and polishing it into a state where they're happy to release it.
“The big thing that's happened since last we publicly showed Transistor is we now have the whole game playable start to finish, with a complete story and all the environments and content we expect will be in the full game,” Kasavin stated.
“We've also fleshed out all the core systems for mixing and matching different Transistor functions,” he continued. “That means from here on out we're just making all of it better. Hopefully, at least! And we're pretty happy with a lot of it already.”
Sadly despite Transistor seeming to be that much closer to being finished they still haven't hinted at a release date as yet. Still, this is encouraging news all the same.
Thanks Game Informer.
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