Transformers: Devastation News
Lighting our darkest hour
Transformers: Devastation's 2015 launch possibly missed out on PlayStation 4 sales by releasing in the same October week as Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, so to discover that Platinum Games' single player brawler title – with a five hour game length – has achieved eighth place in Push Square's Game of the Year...
Ultra magnum opus
Activision can be a strange company. The organisation goes out of its way to ensure that the likes of Destiny and Call of Duty are covered correctly, but while it's seemingly happy to invest money into middle-tier titles like Transformers: Devastation and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5, it doesn't appear to have any faith in them at all...
Me Grimlock not video game character – me king
Transformers: Devastation certainly appears to have the touch – but will it have the power, too? The forthcoming animated series tie-in from Platinum Games will see you play as a total of five different Autobots: Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Sideswipe, Wheeljack, and Bumblebee. And as evidenced in...
The end of the road
There's some serious optics ripping in this brand new trailer for Transformers: Devastation, which has been released right in time for the San Diego Comic Con. In the new clip for the Platinum Games developed brawler, we get a good look at Optimus Prime and Megatron going hammer and tongs – fortunately, there's no Hot Rod to...
Autobots, roll out
Back when Transformers: Devastation first leaked, we pondered how the vehicle transformations in the title would work. There were no screenshots showing off any of the playable Autobots in their transformed state, so we wondered whether developer Platinum Games had ripped that part of the experience out. It turns out that it's...
Call us cynical like grumpy old man Autobot Kup, but we reckon this first trailer for Transformers: Devastation is a bit underwhelming. Confirming that it's in the works over at Platinum Games and will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, the video's full of robotic violence, but we honestly expected something a little more...
Dare to believe in a PS4, PS3 release
When it rains, it pours Energon cubes – and Activision's let the exciting looking Transformers: Devastation slip through its robotic grip. The game – which leaked earlier today – has now been all but confirmed for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 courtesy of a Best-Bu