Transformers games pulled from digital stores after Hasbro/Activision deal expires

Transformers War for Cybertron and Transformers Devastation are no longer available on PSN, Steam or Xbox Store.
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Activision's licensed Transformers games have been pulled from digital storefronts after the video game publisher's contract with Hasbro expired.

The toy firm has declined to comment on whether or not it will contract Activision for further game projects.

It is also at this point unclear whether the games will return to the respective marketplaces, however several mobile games bearing the Transformers branding will continue to operate as usual.

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