Transformers: Reactivate: Leaked images show version from 2018

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Leaked images from Transformers: Reactivate show a version of the action game from 2018.

Among the many announcements at the Game Awards this year was a new game from the Transformers franchise.

Transformers: Reactivate is an online action game developed by Splash Damage for consoles and PC.

Four screenshots have now been leaked for the game. They show pictures from a version from 2018, which is now four years old.

Three of the pictures are blurred and therefore do not show much. However, one shows a gallery of possible playable characters divided into offensive and defensive.

The Starscream figure also features a progress bar. It is possible that you can unlock skills or just cosmetic items.

A beta for Transformers: Reactivate is also planned for next year, which will then show how the game has evolved over time.

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