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New Transformers: Devastation Game Images Leaked - WITH UPDATE 6/16/15 - 6/17/15

This has nothing to do with cryptozoology but I'm posting it anyway.

If you are someone who knows me, you'd know that cryptozoology is my favorite thing. But, my second favorite thing is the Transformers.
Image of the new game

Transformers: Devastation is a new game coming to on October 6th. It features the old Generation One characters, and you can play as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack, and the dinobot Grimlock, who are all some of my favorite G1 characters. The game will be on the PS3, PS4, XBox 360, and XBox One.
G1 Optimus Prime
G1 Bumblebee
G1 Sideswipe
G1 Wheeljack

G1 Grimlock

You can find out more about the game here. 

UPDATE: JUNE 16, 2015

E3 has now released a gameplay trailer for Transformers: Devastation. You can watch it below. 

This looks epic.

UPDATE: June 17, 2015

E3 released another gameplay trailer for the game that is longer. It also has an interview with the makers of the game, and they explain some of the things the characters can do, and how the game works. 

You can watch the video on the IGN website. 

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