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Splash Damage has announced TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE, a 1-4 player online action game, being developed in collaboration with Hasbro, Inc. The game was announced at the recent The Game Awards.

This PC & console co-op game will give you an opportunity to explore a fresh, new story within the TRANSFORMERS universe.


The Game Awards showcased the World Exclusive Reveal of TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE, showing you what you can expect with a trailer.

“Growing up with G1 TRANSFORMERS in the ’80s means it’ll always hold a special place in my heart, it’s both an honor and a privilege to work with such a beloved franchise. We know fans have been waiting a long time for a new TRANSFORMERS game on consoles and pc, and we’re going to give them the experience they deserve.”

Richard Jolly, Splash Damage, CEO

TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE marks a new era for Splash Damage and is being developed & published exclusively by the London-based group. 

Transformers: Reactivate

As part of this new era, Splash Damage recently acquired BULKHEAD and has been developing TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE in collaboration with the Derby-based studio.

“Fans have been eagerly awaiting a new game that immerses them into our iconic TRANSFORMERS universe. We’re thrilled to share the first look at one of gaming’s biggest nights. Splash Damage has an amazing track record with some of the world’s most famous IPs and has a strong creative passion for the TRANSFORMERS brand. We’re confident that TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE will be hugely popular with the TRANSFORMERS community and continues the Hasbro Blueprint 2.0 strategy of creating first-class branded entertainment across diverse categories and platforms including video games.”

Eugene Evans, Hasbro, SVP of Business Development & Digital Licensing

TRANSFORMERS: REACTIVATE will be available for PC and consoles. With the Closed Beta happening around 2023, players can sign up right here for future updates.

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