Platinum’s New Game is Transformers: Devastation According to Best Buy: Coming to PS4/Xbox One/PS3/Xbox360

on June 13, 2015 5:26 PM

Apparently Best Buy Canada pulled the trigger too early on Transformers: Devastation, that was leaked earlier today, publishing its listings for PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.

What’s more interesting, is that we get a de-facto confirmation that the game is Platinum Games’ new work.


Face off against Megatron and battle it out with the Decepticons in Transformers Devestation. Equipped with fast action capabilities, this game allows for instant robot to vehicle attacks, slam downs, counterattacks, and infinite combos for a unique master combat system. Five difficulty levels also deliver hours of intense gameplay.

More Information

  • Autobots face off against the Decepticons when Megatron discovers a way to harness the enormous power of plasma energy to cyberform Earth
  • PlatinumGames signature fast action allows instant robot to vehicle attacks, slam downs, counterattacks, and infinite combos for a unique master combat system
  • Features 5 playable Autobots including Optimus Prime, Bubblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack, and Grimlock
  • A deep customization system and 5 difficulty levels with overhauls in enemy composition deliver hours of intense gameplay
  • Actors from the original TV series reprising their roles include Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime), Dan Gilvezan (Bubblebee), Frank Welker (Megatron and Soundwave), and more

Below you can see the box artwork for all platforms, and a few screenshots published by Best Buy. The release date of December 31st included in the listings is obviously a placeholder. We also included a screencap of each listing, just in case the retailer decides to take them down.


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