news\ Sep 27, 2011 at 3:58 pm

SILVERBOLT and BRAWL Revealed for Transformers: War for Cybertron


Activision has revealed the next two playable characters – SILVERBOLT and BRAWL – for Transformers: War for Cybertron on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.


Autobot Class: Scout Chassis: Jet Primary Weapon: Photon Burst Rifle Abilities: Shockwave, Barrier Description: SilverBolt is a Grim and brave warrior, who often worries more about his teammates then himself. He is courageous, can fly at break-neck speeds and truly believes in the Autobot cause. He would die in defense of his friends if ever given the opportunity.


Decepticon Class: Soldier Chassis: Tank Primary Weapon: Neutron Repeater Abilities: Whirlwind, Dash Description: Brawl is Megatron’s pet weapon of mass destruction. He loves nothing more than ripping Autobots limb from limb. He is obsessed with explosions and chaotic, unending combat. He often times thrusts himself to the frontlines of battle at the risk of his own spark, not caring whether he lives or dies as long as he takes an Autobot with him.

Transformers: War for Cybertron challenges players to become the ultimate weapon as a TRANSFORMERS character in the final, epic war that will determine the survival of their entire race. Armed with a diverse arsenal of lethal, high-tech weaponry and the ability to instantly convert from robot to vehicle at any time, players will engage in heart-pounding battles on land and in the air in this gripping, 3rd person action shooter set in the TRANSFORMERS’ war-ravaged homeland. Complete with several multiplayer modes, Transformers: War for Cybertron allows gamers to play through story missions with their friends in drop in/drop out online co-op, and also create their own TRANSFORMERS character for competitive head-to-head multiplayer modes, choosing among four distinct character classes, personalizing its look and selecting from a huge variety of weapons, skills and abilities.

The game hits store shelves on June 22, 2010.

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