Bastion E3 2011 Screenshots

Posted by Greg Kasavin on May 27, 2011

With E3 and our not-yet-determined summer release date approaching, we couldn’t resist snapping a few more screens of some of the game’s different areas. Have a look at some never-before-seen foes and environments, as well as a new weapon, the Scrap Musket… which works an awful lot like a 12-gauge shotgun. And don’t worry about spoilers, this stuff is just the tip of the iceberg.

Also, all you keen-eyed observers should compare some of these shots with some of the older shots we released, to see some of the added polish (detail, lighting, and so on) we’ve added to the game.

  • The Rippling Walls

    Talk about a rude awakening. The Calamity didn’t leave much behind.

  • Scrap Musket in Action

    If subtlety ain’t your style, you can always count on the Scrap Musket to clean up any mess.

  • Edge of the Wilds

    Beyond the City of Caelondia lies the Wild Unknown, packed with dangers and mysteries.

  • The Scrap Yard

    The Kid decides to break for a little training with his trusty hammer.

  • Wild Unknown

    The beasts of the wild don’t much care for trespassers.

  • The Bastion

    Can’t complain about the view from up there.

2 Comments

  • Listoric on 27/5/2011

    The screens look awesome. I just love the style and the colourful world. The depth totally reminds me of Secret of Mana, when you see the trees far far away in the background, in a totally wrong perspective, but it's still amazing X) I hope you let us preorder it via Steam. And yes, controller support would be brilliant (Xbox 360 Controller for PC please :D )

  • jdiebert on 29/5/2011

    Absolutely gorgeous! It's incredible the amount of vibrancy and detail that has been added over the last few months. The difference between last years screenies and this year are astounding. Can't wait to get my hands on this game!

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