Hasbro unveils slate of new Transformers toys

Hasbro has revealed a range of new Transformers set to release alongside the new film Transformers: The Last Knight.

The range includes the following products, all based on characters appearing in the film, both new to the franchise and returning from previous entries.

Autobot Sqweeks is the smallest of his bots, but his spark shines just as bright. Despite being in disrepair, Autobot Sqweeks perseveres, perpetually motivated to help all living beings. Autobot Sqweeks RC features motion and sound effects and fans and children can prepare for battle by switching him into blaster mode, using his movie-inspired blaster accessory, or activate him into an energetic boogie-down complete with music and phrases in dance mode.

Optimus Prime fights for the freedom of all sentient beings. Now he must travel to deep space on a quest that will put him to the ultimate test. Join the mission and imagine battling treacherous forces with the legendary Autobot leader. 

The Transformers: The Last Knight — Knight Armour Turbo Changer figure stands at an 8-inch-scale with exciting, quick-change conversions and detail inspired by the movie.

Convert this 1-Step Turbo Changer Autobot Hound figure from robot to 4×4 vehicle mode with one exciting motion. Imagine charging into battle Autobot Hound, a rowdy commando who is always ready for action with his arsenal of heavy artillery.

Elsewhere, the range also includes the Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet, Optimus Prime Premier Edition, Deluxe Bumblebee Premier Edition and Grimlock Premier Edition.

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