Transformers War For Cybertron Kingdom

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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Transformers Beast Wars and the 35th anniversary of the Transformers Animated Movie, Transformers War For Cybertron: Kingdom merges Generation 1 Decepticons and Autobots with the Predacons and Maximals from Beast Wars.

The story of Kingdom revolves around time travel in order to encompass the prehistoric Beast Wars characters and the Generation 1 characters, plus the toys come with their own unique challenges.

As the final part of the War For Cybertron trilogy some elements from the previous chapters are carried over while others were replaced –

  • Core class toys are introduced to replace the Legends class which was abandoned back in the Prime trilogy. G1 toys in this scale are standalone from the rest of Kingdom and are intended for collectors who want to make Titan class action figures appear even bigger in displays.
  • ┬áThe existing Beast Wars to G1 scale doesn’t exist with the figures.
  • Battle Masters and Micromasters are gone.
  • Beast Wars toys only use the C.O.M.B.A.T. system in their robot modes.
  • Weaponisers are gone and the C.O.M.B.A.T. system is joined by the F.O.S.S.I.L. system (Fossilized Osteo-Skeletal Shield Integration Loadout) where robots that turn into fossilised dinosaurs can be used in the same way to add to the loadout of other robots.
  • Battle damage paint detailing is gone and characters now appear clean.

Transformers War For Cybertron: Kingdom also did away with plastic tray inserts and saw the figures being tied to the cardboard packaging inside the boxes. Also the windows of box packaging became smaller to also minimise plastic used.

Fan favourite Generation 1 characters would receive updated versions in the Kingdom line like Huffer, Warpath, Cyclonus and Inferno while Rattrap, Airrazor, Cheetor, Dinobot, the T-Rex incarnation of Megatron, Optimal Optimus and other Beast Wars characters would return with new toys. New Transformers introduced would be the fossilised dinosaurs Paleotrex, Vertebreak and Ractonite, with Paeotrex looking particularly horrific, especially in fan creations utilising the F.O.S.S.I.L. system.