Despite the fact that it's never been officially announced by publisher Activision, the heavily rumoured Transformers: Fall of Cybertron PlayStation 4 remaster is available to buy and download right now on the PlayStation Store. Well, in Australia at least. It's priced at $49.95, which is about £30, and we imagine that it'll roll out in Europe and North America this week.
The robotic action title - which originally launched on the PlayStation 3 all the way back in 2012 - was a solid sequel to an already surprisingly good Transformers game, but we'd recommend caution if you're eager to play it again on Sony's current-gen console. As the recently released Marvel: Ultimate Alliance remasters have shown, Activision doesn't seem to care whether its ports are up to scratch, so we'd suggest waiting to hear how the game holds up before taking the fight to Megatron.
Did you see this coming out so suddenly? Blast some Stan Bush in the comments section below.
[source store.playstation.com, via videogamer.com]
PS2 Transformers pls!
£30? Good ol' Activision at it again...
@Cassetticons I know, Activision have really put me off buying the Ultimate Alliance ports. For now, at least.
@Cassetticons You would probably be better off getting Devastation for your Transformers fix. That one's probably on the PSN sale now for about a tenner.
seriously are they trying sneak it out so anyone hasnt seen the ult alliance fiasco ports. & WTF £30 a couple more titles just buy a ps3 & shop on ebay.
I've held off buying this on steam at $17 due to the repetitive nature of the first title. $50 is wayyyyyyyy too much.
@viciousarcanum YES - The Atari Game on ps2 was brilliant. I really didn't get on with the cybertron games
don't see it in the U.S. store if this drops this week i'll be buying this, this weekend! No question
@Rob_230 - I've owned both and there's no comparison from my point of view - the High Moon releases are the best Transformers games ever made - graphics, G1 style, gameplay were all top-notch, with fabulously authentic cut-scenes and fan service.
This is what my PS4 needs, but whilst they're at it please also release the preceding title, just as good 👌
OK it is up. 40 euros...
Just give me a physical release and you can have my money, Activision!
Activision knows that the more expensive a game is the better it is and have priced accordingly clearly.
Hooray for the Stan Bush shoutout. 30 years later, that Transformers the Movie soundtrack still plays regularly in my car.
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