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The first look at Transformers: Earthspark – Expedition includes plenty of (mostly) familiar faces

Take control of Bumblebee in Outright Games’ adaptation of the Transformers: Earthspark – Expedition animated series.

Wreck and rule

Announced a short time back, the first gameplay trailer for Transformers: Earthspark – Expedition has arrived, and brought a pretty good look at what the full game will offer. Fans will be able to play as perennial favorite Bumblebee, as he makes his way across the alien landscape of Earth, battling a series of Decepticons… and the occasional Autobot?

We can’t say that we’re all that familiar with the animated series that Transformers: Earthspark – Expedition is based on, but if you’re a big fan of the property in general that are a couple of surprises in the new trailer below.

In TRANSFORMERS: EARTHSPARK – Expedition, players take control of Bumblebee, as they battle across diverse biomes, defeat enemy Decepticons, unlock new abilities and learn devastating combos. Other iconic characters from the TRANSFORMERS universe will make an appearance to help or hinder Bumblebee on his quest, including Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Skullcruncher, Nova Storm, Skywarp, and more! 

Outright Games press release

Yes, apparently Grimlock has a bit of a problem with Bee, and Skywarp sure is different from how we remember. But just keep in mind that Earthspark is a new universe of Transformers action, so much like with the likes of Armada and Energon, there are bound to be differences from the most iconic (read: G1) version of the property.

And other than the above, Transformers: Earthspark – Expedition is looking like a petty neat little action title. You’ll be able to experience it soon enough too, as the game launches for Xbox and PlayStation platforms, the Switch, and the PC on October 13th.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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