Pokemon Go Creators Announce Transformers Heavy Metal New AR-Based Game

Pokemon Go developer Niantic is working with Hasbro to develop a new augmented reality game called Transformers Heavy Metal. To everyone’s surprise, Niantic’s first augmented reality game is in the works. This time, the company is working with Hasbros Tomy to develop the game, in which players can fight and interact with well-known characters from the Transformers universe.

Much like Pokemon Go has seen fans running around their quarters to catch Pokemon, players will need to leave to play their part in the ongoing war against Cybertron.

Players will join a group called the Guardian Network in the upcoming Transformers AR game. Niantic also revealed that the game will include cooperative features as well as a multiplayer experience. In the game, the player joins the Guardians Network, a group of people who fight with the Autobots against the Decepticons.

Heavy Metal TransformersThe game was developed in partnership with Hasbro, owner of the Transformers brand. Seattle-based Very Spaceship led development for the game, which will be released in Japan and is in partnership with toy company Tomy Niantics. The game is developed in collaboration between Hasbro and Tomy, the developer of Very Spaceships based in Seattle.

According to Niantic, Hasbro and Tom’s game will launch later this year, but it will have beta support in some regions. While Niantics is working with Nintendo to develop the AR game, no further information about the game was released prior to the announcement. The game will have a smooth launch and will be available on Android and iOS. The company also revealed that some regions have already received an early version of the game.

Not much is known about the game, but it seems to offer a similar experience to Pokemon Go. Pokemon Go developer Niantic has made a breakthrough with Go, which has managed to build a large global following since its launch. in 2016.

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It’s a real AR game that seems to satisfy Transformers fans.

Transformers has yet to thrive in the movies, cartoons, comics, and of course the Hasbro-produced toys that are the lifeblood of the franchise. The franchise’s most recent virtual foray was Transformers Battlegrounds, a turn-based strategy game that debuted quietly last October.

In addition to the release of Pokemon Go, a group of gamers fighting digital robots, Niantic announced the creation of an augmented reality platform that would provide other developers with the technology needed to develop games and applications. In fact, the company launched a toolkit that has already been tested by several hundred independent developers last month. Following the huge success of Pokemon GO, the team teamed up and developed many different AR games, some of which became even better than the success of Pokemon GO.

BumblebeeNiantic and developer Spaceship haven’t released many details about Heavy Metal just yet, but have revealed that the game will be turn-based battles that can be fought with your own friends. The company hasn’t offered an actual launch schedule and doesn’t have details of which countries will launch first.

In 2012, Niantics launched its first product, Field Trip, a location-based mobile app that serves as a guide to the hidden and unique things in the world around you. In June 2019, the company announced the acquisition of London-based development studio Sensible Objects. As Hanke, CEO of Niantic on behalf of the company, said, the acquisition advances the company’s efforts to develop a wide range of games and experiences that bring together the physical and digital worlds.

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In November 2018, Niantic released a revamped version of Ingress, dubbed Ingress Prime. The game is a great AR game that you can download to your Android today.

On May 15, 2019, Niantic Global filed a lawsuit over unlicensed third-party software developed by a hacking group that allowed players to tamper with GPS locations to defraud Niantic augmented reality games such as Ingress and Pokemon Go. Global developers have made money selling subscriptions and soliciting donations for pirated apps.

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