Hasbro launches Transformers: Forged to Fight mobile RPG game

Transformers has made the move into mobile gaming with the launch of Transformers: Forged to Fight.

A new high-definition action-fighting RPG game, Forged to Fight allows fans and mobile gamers to build their own Transformers team and battle with Autobots and Decepticons from across the franchise’s 30 year history.

Created in partnership between Hasbro and Kabam, the game challenges players to assemble the ultimate team of Autobots nad Decepticons, including bots from the animated TV series, the blockbuster movies, Transformers comic books and Hasbro’s line of iconic action figures.

“Transformers: Forged to Fight brings together some of the most powerful Autobots and Decepticons from nearly every generation of the Transformers franchise,” said Mark Blecher, senior vice president, digital gaming and corporate development at Hasbro.

“The team at Kabam has created a truly remarkable Transformers experience, and we’re confident that fans and gamers will be thrilled with the game.”

Mike McCartner, executive producer for Transformers: Forged to Fight, added: “The Transofrmers brand is larger than life and Kabam’s sophisticated, centralised tech engine allowed us to deliver HD graphics and a gameplay experience that is fitting for the franchise.

“The game features non-stop action, huge bots and a thrilling 360 degree battle arena that we think fans are going to love.

“It’s a must play for anyone that is a fan of the Transformers brand or just enjoys quality action-fighting RPG games.” 

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