Transformers: Earthspark - Expedition sets out

Source
Outright Games
Date
10/13/2023
Summary
Transformers: Earthspark - Expedition launched today on PC and consoles.

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Transformers: Earthspark - Expedition

On this action-packed adventure, players find Bumblebee on a mission to stop the villainous Dr. Meridian aka "Mandroid" as they freely explore three massive biomes and complete quests given to them by their new allies called the Terrans, an all-new generation of Earthborn bots created originally for the Transformers: Earthspark animated series. Along the way, Bumblebee will complete missions, unlock upgrades and discover hidden areas to explore as he encounters fan-favorite characters, including Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Skullcruncher, Nova Storm, and Skywarp.

Transformers: Earthspark - Expedition launches with a number of accessibility features to facilitate independent play for multiple generations of fans. Variable difficulty options, text legibility and control setup options, alongside an assisted driving system can all be implemented for a completely customizable gameplay experience. Further enabling players to give their full focus to exploring biomes and battling enemies, directional warnings and an automatic camera have been incorporated, with prompts on screen to raise awareness of incoming threats in-game and to keep combat front and center.

Stephanie Malham, COO of Outright Games said: "We're incredibly excited to finally get our latest game Transformers: Earthspark - Expedition , into the hands of such a loyal and dedicated fanbase. We want this to be the ultimate Transformers experience for anyone who loves these characters and this Universe, no matter their age. We can't wait to see what adventures our players take Bumblebee on and are deeply grateful to our friends and partners at Hasbro for helping to roll out this exciting new video game."



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