Preorders for Supergiantgame’s Transistor are now live

In exactly two weeks from now, that masterpiece also known as Transistor will be released. However, as of today,  you can preorder both the game and the soundtrack for the PC and PlayStation 4 versions, digitally of course for $19.99.

PSN Preorder – Here
Steam Preorder – Here

Keep in mind that while the gameplay is going to be similar for both the PC and PS4, there are content related differences; Transistor for PlayStation 4 Features – DualShock 4 Light Bar flashes in sync with the Transistor’s speech – More than 30 Trophies (including a Platinum Trophy) – Remote Play & Share Button support (standard for PS4 games) Transistor for PC Features – Full controller support & fully remappable controls – Steamworks support including cloud saves, achievements, & trading cards – DRM-free: You can play the game offline if you want

PC Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 or newer
CPU: 2.6GHz Dual Core CPU or greater
RAM: 4GB or greater
GPU: 1GB Video RAM or greater, e.g. Intel HD Graphics 3000, Nvidia 9400 GT, AMD HD 5450
Hard Drive Space: 4GB free

But here’s more! You can also preorder either the digital soundtrack for $9.99 or a physical copy (CD)for $14.99. The soundtrack features more than 60 minutes of music created exclusively for the game, fully remastered for this release and with an all-new bonus track, plus the full-length version of “We All Become”, featured in the Transistor Reveal Trailer. There are 23 tracks in all. All tracks available in MP3 and FLAC formats.

As an added bonus both versions of the Soundtrack will include an exclusive bonus track, “Signals” that was created specifically for the release.

The digital soundtrack will release on May 20th with the CD version shipping shortly afterward. Source: Supergiantgames Website.  

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