Action RPG Transistor Reaches PC And PlayStation 4 On May 20th

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Supergiant Games’ next RPG, Transistor, is coming soon. The game is slated for release on May 20th for PC and PlayStation 4. It will cost $19.99 in North America, and €18.99 / £14.99 in Europe.

 

Transistor is a sci-fi action RPG where you wield a mysterious weapon as you combat your way through a futuristic city. You can watch the game’s reveal trailer from last year above.

 

Supergiant have a worldwide launch planned for Transistor. The game will have text available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese.


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