Supergiant Games announced that Bastion and Transistor are coming to Switch in September 13th and November 1st, respectively. Kid’s Caelondian adventure will have a price of $14.99, while Red’s search for the Camerata will be $19.99 USD.

These two indie pioneers surely took their time to arrive to Nintendo’s console, but hope remained at all times. During today’s Nindies Summer Showcase, both had an appearance just when the stream was starting wrapping up. And now, you can find the official trailers for reach below

 

 

 

Bastion and Transistor for the Switch mark the first time our games will be available on a Nintendo platform.” Supergiant Games stated on the official site along the announcements. “Several of us from our small team grew up playing classic Nintendo game systems, dating all the way back to the Nintendo Entertainment System in the ’80s, so it feels good to have finally had a chance to bring our games to Nintendo’s latest and in many ways greatest console.”

As for Pyre, the studio mentioned that bringing their games to Switch is a hard task due to being built on their own custom tech, and while they haven’t ruled anything out for the future, there aren’t plans to bring Pyre to other platforms.

While Supergiant Games’ latest title would be a perfect fit for Switch, especially considering how much its local multiplayer component would benefit with a console that you can take on the go, I can’t wait to dive into Bastion and Transistor once more. Make sure to visit the official site for more information, and don’t forget to give the developers a follow on Twitter.

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