The Transformers really are the robots in disguise and come this September they’ll be hidden away in a different form as both the Autobots and the evil Decepticons prove that there is more than meets the eye with World of Warships on PC and console.

Planned for launch this September, Wargaming and Hasbro are looking to join forces to deploy both the Autobots and Decepticons in to the leading naval combat game. Dropping in to World of Warships on PC and World of Warships: Legends on consoles for a limited time, the Transformers will be introduced as themed ship skins and commanders in a much-anticipated update.

It’s all about the characters with the Transformers and World of Warships crossover, and not less than four iconic Transformers characters will be released initially as unique ship skins and commanders. Each will come with their own recognizable phrases and voiceovers, as the iconic Optimus Prime and gorgeous little Bumblebee will set the stage for the Autobots, with the baddest of the bad, Megatron and good old Rumble available as their eternal foes – the Decepticons.

“Generations were raised with the Transformers franchise. Starting from the 1980’s animated series all the way to the latest movies, we instantly fell in love with the robot characters that captivated our imagination. Having the chance to feature them in World of Warships is a dream come true for many of us,” said Philip Molodkovets, World of Warships’ Executive Producer. “Our love for big, epic metal warriors is mutual! Therefore we paid special attention to bring Transformers characters to life in details and true scale, side by side with legendary warships.”

We’re thrilled to bring the Transformers brand to life in World of Warships through this unique collaboration” said Mark Blecher, SVP Corporate Strategy and Business Affairs at Hasbro. “Combining the might of warships and Transformers adds a whole new dimension to combat for fans of both franchises.”

Keep an eye out for the Transformers update in World of Warships across PC and console in September. For now though we strongly advise you to check out the trailer below.

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