Hasbro wants Microsoft and Xbox to bring back Activision’s Transformers games

What you need to know

  • During an interview with the Transformers fan website, Transformers World 2005 (TFW2005), Hasbro stated a desire to re-release a collection of Transformers games published by Activision on Xbox consoles and Xbox Game Pass.
  • These games include movie tie-in games for the live-action Transformers movies, High Moon Studio’s War for Cybertron & Fall of Cybertron, and Platinum Games’ Transformers Devastation.
  • Transformers is a long-running multimedia series depicting the ongoing war between the heroic Autobots fighting to save the universe from the evil Decepticons.

On July 28, 2023 at San Diego Comic Con, Transformers fan website, Transformers World 2005 (aka TFW2005) conducted an interview (via HazzadorGamin) with Hasbro, the company that created the Transformers franchise. Among the various topics discussed, such as live-action movies and new upcoming Transformers toys, a big highlight was that Hasbro wants to re-release several Transformers video games published by Activision for modern Xbox consoles via Xbox backwards compatibility on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

However, Hasbro mentioned that the prospect of that realistically happening would be difficult due to the games themselves being misplaced in Activision’s archives. Here’s the full quote of what Hasbro had to say about re-releasing Transformers games on Xbox.

Unfortunately, Activision isn’t sure what hard drives they’re on in their build. When a business eats a business that eats a business, things get lost and it’s very frustrating. The hope is that now that the deal is moving forward with Microsoft and Xbox, they’ll go through all the archives and every hard drive to find it all because it’s an easy Game Pass add-on. We want these games supported so people have a chance to play.

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