Transformers: Fall of Cybertron gets Bruticus combiner toy

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With the upcoming anticipated Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game on the horizon, Hasbro has released new images and artworks for Bruticus, a Decepticon combiner that’s going to be featured in the game.

Bruticus is made up of different Decepticons including Blast-Off, Vortex, Brawl, Swindle, and Onslaught. Each action figure will have three modes: robot, vehicle, and combiner. The combiner mode will allow you to link them all up to form Bruticus.

Here’s a very cool Bruticus artwork.

And here’s the VGA trailer for Fall of Cybertron where you can see Bruticus in action.

Synopsis – The successor to acclaimed developer High Moon Studios’ highest-rated Transformers game of all time, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron allows players to experience the darkest hours of the war between the Autobots and Decepticons as they vie for control of their dying home world, playing through both sides of the TRANSFORMERS’ most epic battles that culminate in their legendary exodus from Cybertron. With the stakes higher and scale bigger than ever, fans will control an unprecedented assortment of TRANSFORMERS characters armed with authentic transformation designed around their unique abilities, including GRIMLOCK’s nearly indestructible T-Rex form and the legendary COMBATICONS forming into the colossal BRUTICUS. Taking the franchise’s competitive multiplayer to all-new heights, Transformers: Fall of Cybertronfans will go head-to-head in blistering Autobot vs. Decepticon matches after creating their own unique characters with the most in-depth, advanced customization ever before seen in a Transformers game.

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