Transformers Universe Summary
The previously announced "new stage of development" for free-to-play MOBA Transformers Universe is certainly taking hold asannounces they're turning off the juice with bowing out.
Jagex are now focusing on their own internal IPs moving forward, such as RuneScape, while Hasbro looks elsewhere to keep Transformers in the digital game space. Servers shut off January 31st.
Transformers Universe developeris in the process of laying off several members of staff, according to reports from .
The UK studio confirmed that it's in a consultation process with the Transformers Universe team, and that while some will find employment elsewhere within Jagex, others will face redundancy.
Jagex has confirmed that both Wheeljack and Knock Out will be joining free-to-play online brawler Transformers Universe as playable warriors. They will follow in the footsteps of fellow rustbuckets Chromia and Flamewar, who are coming to the game this October.
It's something of a premature announcement from Jagex, who were forced to respond after news of the new additions leaked onto the net earlier this week.
It's good news for fans of giant robots punching each other, as Jagex's free 3rd-person MOBA Transformers Universe starts its open beta period tomorrow.
You canfor the beta then jump straight into action when it kicks off. To celebrate the launch Jagex is running a double-XP weekend, offering cash prizes and hosting a 24-hour live stream on its Twitch stream.
Transformers Universe developer Jagex has released two new trailers showing off Autobot Showdown and Decepticon Mismatch, the two latest additions to the MMO's roster of robots.