Hasbro Reveals New Transformers War For Cybertron: Siege Figures – Apeface, Crosshairs & More

Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, Hasbro is already pushing along some new reveals from their Transformers War For Cybertron: Siege line. These figures and more will be officially showcased at San Diego Comic-Con, but it would appear as if Hasbro is too excited to show Transformers enthusiasts what’s coming next. These figures will be released by the end of the year and into 2020.

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What is great about Transformers War For Cybertron: Siege is that it continues right where Transformers: Combiner Wars, Transformers: Titans Return, and Transformers: Power of the Primes left off, and continues to be inspired by the iconic 1980’s appearances of these amazing characters using today’s highly detailed figure sculpting to give these toys the proper updates that they’ve been deserving for years. Under the very talented people of Hasbro’s Transformers and Takara-Tomy Transformers teams, fans can expect some great things for Transformers in the years ahead, including updates to many, if not all of the 1980’s Transformers characters that were part of the Generation One toyline, including the most obscure characters that Hasbro and Takara have also updated and continue to offer.

Today’s reveals include Astrotrain, which was originally released in 1985 and given some modern updates in recent years, and now makes his debut in this line.  He comes with two JF-50 Ionic Displacer Blasters, the JF-30 Astro Blaster, the W-15 Destabilizer Cannon, and the W-40 Turbo-Core Derailer. All five accessories can combine to form the Omni-Force Orbital Cannon.

(Ages 8 and Up/ Approx. Retail Price: $29.99/ Available: 12/01/2019)

 Apeface – an update to the 1987 release, and stays true to the design as he is a triple changer.

Spinister (Deluxe) – An update to the 1988 figure, he transforms from robot mode into a Cybertronian helicopter. and comes with an NFM Dual-Fusion Cannon and a Spin-Blast Particle Beam Cannon.

(Ages 8 and Up/ Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/ Available: 12/01/2019)

Crosshairs (Deluxe) – An update to the 1987 figure, and is given an update for the first-time since that year. He transforms into a Cybertronian van and packing a W-35 LR Doomblast Forge Launcher, which itself can transform from blaster mode to hammer mode.

Ages 8 and Up/ Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/ Available: 12/01/2019)

These figures and more will be shown at the Hasbro booth at San Diego Comic-Con, and make sure to come back here for coverage right from the show floor.

Source: Screenrant