Transformers: Reactivate debuts stunning trailer at The Game Awards

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Amidst the world premieres at The Game Awards, there was a trailer that really stood out to me. A sci-fi futuristic scene laid out with a slowed down, more melodic cover of Bon Jovi’s Wanted Dead or Alive. Four technicians/engineers are shown in a camera view, working on building something as invaders wreaked havoc outside. As they put on the final touches, the robot stands and shows its hands. The logo then comes on the screen revealing the franchise and title: Transformers: Reactivate.

Transformers: Reactivate Trailer

You can watch the official trailer for yourself on YouTube. Splash Damage, in partnership with IP holder Hasbro, created Transformers: Reactivate.

You can also sign up for updates on the game directly on the game’s website. All you need to do is go to playftr.com, click Get Updates, give them your email address, and hit subscribe. You can also choose to receive other promo emails from Splash Damage as well, if you so wish.

There is currently no pre-order or beta or anything else yet, but email subscribers will be kept up to date on anything that may happen in regard to the game in the future.

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Screenshot from Transformers Reactivate trailer
Screenshot via Splash Damage

Transformers: Reactivate is the first Transformers game since 2017, and many of their more recent releases have only been on mobile. This game looks like it could be the Transformers series’ big return to mainstream gaming. Let’s just hope the game itself lives up to the amazingly well cut trailer, because it looks beautiful. This game will definitely be one to watch out for.

The Transformers: Reactivate trailer debuted on December 8 at the 9th annual The Game Awards. There is currently no release date for the game or time frame given for its release.

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