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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:28am 29/03/12 | 12 Comments
High Moon Studios and Activision have revealed a release date for their forthcoming, non-movie tied Transformers sequel, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.

The game is set to land on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 August 28, and will be a direct follow-on from High Moon's first Transformers effort, Transformers: War for Cybertron, which was well received across the board scoring a respectable 8.5/10 here on AusGamers.

The trailer embedded below carries with it a dub step soundtrack (they're using this music to sell chocolate milk now, seriously), but despite that it does look pretty promising.

We'll fill you in on more about the game as we have it.






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Steve Farrelly
Posted 10:49am 29/3/12
I'm pumped for this. The first game was a stellar effort - hopefully they can capitalise on what made it great and address the minor gripes
Midda
Posted 11:12am 29/3/12
Grimlock! I can't wait, this game is going to be f*****g sick.

I thought the first game finished with them leaving Cybertron though, since it was all corrupted or something. Looks like you're still there in this one.
Khel
Posted 11:25am 29/3/12
I see a robot that seem to be assembled out of smaller robots. Devastator?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:26am 29/3/12
We have an image of that guy, and the file name is Bruticus
Grundar
Posted 11:52am 29/3/12
Bruticus, made up of the Combaticons.

Really enjoyed their first effort as I love the G1 series of transformers so it was nice to see them looking how they sort of used to look :P

Also..

ME GRIMLOCK KING!!
Eorl
Posted 12:07pm 29/3/12
Man that looks sick.
grug09
Posted 01:00pm 29/3/12
Pretty sure that Highmoon studios has confirmed they will NOT be doing a PC version of Fall of Cybertron.

Just got a link from Kotaku.

http://kotaku.com/5885074/high-moon-just-cant-handle-a-pc-version-of-transformers-fall-of-cybertron
WhiteKnight
Posted 02:09pm 29/3/12
Also how can they have Grimlock? The Dinobots were only created upon arrival to earth so I hope the continuity is there somewhere... Like the Transformers have been to Earth already and have returned to Cybertron with the Dinobots.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 03:34pm 29/3/12
Yeah, I think that's the most likely scenario. The opening of the trailer does show Earth in their AR map, so I would definitely think Earth is going to play a role in some capacity
Mantorok
Posted 03:44pm 29/3/12
Also how can they have Grimlock? The Dinobots were only created upon arrival to earth so I hope the continuity is there somewhere...
That's the Generation 1 origin, they've had different origins in other storylines.
Fuzzy
Posted 06:11pm 29/3/12
I hope the multiplayer community lasts longer then WFC, When it was strong, it was hella strong, but it died horribly once the majority of the community left.

Amazing game though, definately one of the best TPS I've played in a very long time
jackflash
Posted 10:08pm 29/3/12
Love the dubstep background music, hope their's more of it in the game.
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