Designed by the studio behind long-running MMO “RuneScape” in conjunction with Hasbro, “Transformers Universe” is ready to welcome raw recruits. Also Read - Best free games to try on Steam during COVID-19 lockdown
Players choose whether to ally themselves with the Autobot or Decepticon side, then set about filling a virtual hangar with vehicle-to-mechanoid shape shifting robots. It’s a third-person action game, not too dissimilar to previous “Transformers” games, though taking some of its cues from the likes of “Dota 2” and “League of Legends,” and sending players into a variety of battlegrounds in which the toy franchise’s factions can roll out and rumble with each other. Also Read - League of Legends Wild Rift: The DOTA 2 replacement we were waiting for
As a free-to-play title, participants that enjoy the game are encouraged to support it by purchasing extra Transformers, mining probes, health packs and other virtual resources; a bronze level pack — the lowest of four tiers currently available — goes for $22.50 (€17.50) and provides 60 days of premium membership. Also Read - BGR Talks: Riot Games Head of Publishing, India and South Asia, Sukamal Pegu speaks about Riot Games' plans for India
The invitation comes as blockbuster movie “Transformers: Age of Extinction” rides its second weekend on general release, while retail video game “Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark” coincided with the film’s release and acts as a bridge between the Hollywood versions and the last few years’ worth of pre-existing games.