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Splash Damage’s Transformers: Reactivated will roll out to consoles in 2023



While there have been a handful of Transformers games on PlayStation since High Moon Studios’ acclaimed Cybertron series, it’s really been slim-picking. Transformers: Reactivateannounced overnight during Game AwardsDefinitely on our radar, then – it’s being developed by British studio Splash Damage, and promises a one-to-four-player online action experience based on a “new story” within the iconic universe. .

The press release doesn’t say which specific PlayStation platforms it will be released on, so we’ll have to wait for confirmation on that front. A closed beta is due out in 2023, with no further launch plans being communicated at this time.

“Transformers: Reactivated will offer players the opportunity to immerse themselves in the Transformers universe like never before,” the blurb explains. “They will get to play as some of their favorite characters; Unique, weighty, and powerful, seamlessly transitioning between vehicle and bot form as they battle The Legion, the greatest threat the Autobots have ever faced.

There’s not really much to go on here, but as longtime fans of Transformers, we’re eagerly anticipating Splash Damage’s take on the iconic series. We have fond memories of the online co-op modes in the War for Cybertron games, so hopefully this one is able to live up to their legacy.


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