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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron now coming to PC

Simultaneous launch with console versions.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is now coming to PC as well as consoles, developer High Moon Studios has announced.

A note on the game's official Facebook page earlier today confirmed that the desktop version will be out on the same day as the console releases - 31st August.

The port isn't being done in-house - external developer Mercenary Technology has the honours.

The Activision-published sequel to 2010's relatively well-received War for Cybertron seems to be shaping up solidly enough.

"Fall of Cybertron should be a return to form, then, hopefully: a game about big, angry robots made by a team that genuinely seems to love big, angry robots," read Eurogamer's Transformers: Fall of Cybertron preview back in March.

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