Transformers Universe – Open Beta Begins This Weekend

Jagex announced that Transformers Universe, the free 3rd-person MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game, is going in to Open Beta beginning July 4th. This obviously means that players can simply register and instantly jump straight into the action as a Transformers Universe Commander.

Mark Gerhard, Jagex CEO & CTO, said:

“We’re delighted to be opening our game to the public, a game we believe is worthy to be Jagex’s second massively multiplayer online game. Our Beta community have been having enormous fun playing, as have we, often being schooled by them! Everyone has been absolutely fantastic throughout the Closed Beta and provided us with great feedback which we continue to implement into the game service through our weekly updates.”

Mark Gerhard also added:

“True to our heritage we’ve pioneered a game in which all content can be enjoyed for free, simply through play. With almost two million battle victories recorded during the Closed Beta, our players evidently had the most fun – and success – while playing together with their friends in teams. I’ve been delighted to see teams invent strategies and tactics that we had not even imagined, and can’t wait to see what new players come up with.”

Enjoy!

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