Transformers: Forged to Fight Mobile Game will be brought back by streaming giant Netflix

The Transformers: Forged to Fight mobile game was shut down on January 13 of this year after 5 years and 8 months of existence when Kabam announced it would be permanently discontinuing its service. However, news has it that the game is set for a revival thanks to a popular streaming giant.


Netflix, a streaming service, appears to have acquired that gaming asset and said that it will once again be played without commercials or in-app payments. The game is only available to Netflix Members, thus you must have a Netflix subscription in order to play it. Don't worry, even though this does imply that those without subscriptions will not be able to download the game, it is still available for fans of the title to play. It was unclear whether the game would get any new updates or if prior progress could be carried over to the Netflix version of the game.

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About the Game​

In the PvE and PvP-focused fighting game Transformers: Forged to Fight, players can acquire robots dressed as various Transformers franchise characters. Team up with others in international events, engage in global raids, and engage in full 3D combat with melee, ranged attacks, and destructible venues.

The game had a rating of 4.4 on the QooApp Game Store by the time it was shut down.

Transformers: Forged to Fight Netflix Game Trailer​



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