‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ coming to iOS this summer

By , May 13, 2014

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DeNA and Hasbro announced the official tie-in game for the upcoming Transformers sequel this morning. It’s called ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ and it will be arriving on iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms this summer.

The game will be a 3D combat runner, where the players’ mission is to take down new enemies featured in the movie as they run, dash and change forms through fast-paced missions. Keep reading for more details and hi-res screenshots…

Grimlock

From Hasbro’s press release:

The TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION mobile game will deliver an explosive interactive entertainment experience on mobile devices for TRANSFORMERS fans and consumers looking to extend their movie experience after the credits roll,” said Barry Dorf, vice president of partnerships and alliances at DeNA. “This isn’t your typical runner game; this game puts the player in the middle of an action-packed Hollywood blockbuster where it’s destroy or be destroyed!”

 “DeNA is creating a fresh and innovative gameplay experience with TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION that translates big screen action moments onto mobile devices,” said Mark Blecher, SVP Digital Gaming & Corporate Development at Hasbro, Inc. 

This is the second title in an exclusive three-year agreement between Hasbro and DeNA to develop and publish mobile games based on the Transformers franchise. And interestingly enough, this is DeNA’s first movie-licensed game for mobile.

Optimus

There’s no word on the game’s launch date other than ‘this summer.’ The film, however, is slated to hit theaters on June 27th, so it’ll likely land around that time. The game will be free-to-play. For more information, www.transformers-mobile.com.

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  • David Gitman

    Damn

  • Guest

    Those graphics looks horrible.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/PrsnSinghHD Prasoon Singh

    Those graphics are horrible.

    • ✪ aidan harris ✪

      That’s what happens when games are free-to-play. If you want quality you’ve got to pay. Without paid games there’s always going to be some trade-off somewhere in the game whether it be awful graphics or useless game mechanics like the time waiting mechanic in Real Racing or the spend-months-playing-the-game-to-only-earn-a-few-measly-in-game-coins-unless-you-spend-a-ridiculous-amount-of-money game mechanic…

    • Arsanny Lintang

      What do you expect? It’s a mobile phones games, the graphics aren’t suppose to be like in playstation or xbox

      • Dan

        Take a look at Infinity Blade/Wild Blood/Real Racing etc… Then compare to this.

      • Arsanny Lintang

        Developers who created real racing and infinity blade have about a year to developed that kind of detailed games while for captain America and Godzilla and etc… Have only about 4-6months the make it, and you think that all games that made for about 4-6 months used the the Real Engine graphic or technology? I don’t think so… Plis think before you talk :)

      • Dan

        Actually I did think before I spoke, or typed in this instance.

        You said: What do you expect? It’s a mobile phones games, the graphics aren’t suppose to be like in playstation or xbox

        You did not mention the budget or the time involved in making the game. You simply said that mobile games don’t have console quality graphics.

        good day to you.

      • Arsanny Lintang

        Of course this kind of games doesn’t make the best graphics quality, are you expecting this game to be like GTA or assassin’s creed? Can a phone handle that kind of power? Please…

  • sriram varadarajulu

    grimlock looks smaller than he is in the movie -.-

  • Dan

    The graphics look like crap and the transformers seem tiny.