A new animated series dubbed the War for Cybertron Trilogy was announced by Netflix and Hasbro’s production company Allspark in 2019. In addition to Polygon Pictures and Allspark Animation, Rooster Teeth produced the series. While George Krstic, Gavin Hignight, and Brandon M. Easton joined as writers, F. J. DeSanto would return as the show’s executive producer. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the premiere of the first season was postponed from June 2020 to July 2020. December 30, 2020 saw the release of the second season. On July 29, 2021, the third and last season was made available.
We’re excited to be collaborating with Rooster Teeth, Netflix, and Hasbro to bring this fan-focused More Than Meets the Eye narrative to life, said Shuzo John Shiota, President, and CEO of Polygon Pictures. There are so many fascinating personalities and captivating tales in the Transformers universe. It is incredible to get the chance to work with the crew that will be bringing the disguised robots to life in this new trilogy.
The Transformers brand is a worldwide phenomenon with toys, consumer items, films, television series, and books, connecting with millions of devoted fans across the world, said Tom Warner, Senior Vice President for the Transformers franchise for Hasbro. With a really original plot that will enthrall both longtime fans and those who have never experienced the magic of robots in disguise, this brand-new Netflix series will add to the fantastic lineup of Transformers offers.
Transformers: War For Cybertron Season 4 Release Date
Transformers: War for Cybertron’s newly published “Kingdom” chapter will serve as the show’s end; sadly, there won’t be a fourth season. As authors, Easton joined. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the premiere of the first season was postponed from June 2020 to July 2020. December 30, 2020, saw the release of the second season. On July 29, 2021, the third and last season was made available.
The epic Transformers trilogy on Netflix comes to a close with Transformers: War for Cybertron: Kingdom, but the future is still promising for the Robots in Disguise. In light of Stranger Things’ 1980s setting, ’80s nostalgia has become all the rage, and Netflix increasingly appears to be the streaming home for revivals of well-known ’80s cartoon properties like He-Man & the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra, and Transformers.
In what at first looked to be a stunning recreation of their origin narrative, the War for Cybertron trilogy is a grandiose attempt to remake the Robots in Disguise for the twenty-first century, but it has since shown to be something far more ambitious. Famous characters like Optimus Prime, Megatron, and Bumblebee have been surprisingly well fleshed out in earlier chapters, even times when the grandeur of the action sadly overshadowed the character development. The Autobots and Decepticons crash-land on Earth in Transformers: War for Cybertron: Kingdom, establishing a status quo that (nearly) seems similar to fans of the classic ’80s series.
|Name Of The Show||Transformers: War For Cybertron|
|Season Number||Season 4|
|Genre||Science Fiction, Action|
|Transformers: War For Cybertron Season 1 Release Date||July 30, 2020|
|Transformers: War For Cybertron Season 4 Release Date||Cancelled|
Transformers: War For Cybertron Season 3 Story
The giant Decepticon Trypticon attacks the capital city of the Autobots, Iacon, and the Autobots try to repel him. While Bumblebee and Ironhide are dispatched to the Decepticon capital city of Kaon to gather information on Trypticon, Sideswipe searches the blast site for remaining Autobot survivors, saving a wounded Ratchet in the process. Despite being apprehended and imprisoned, they are able to escape with Air Raid’s assistance, and Ironhide informs that Trypticon is spreading Dark Energon into Cybertron’s core, rendering the planet uninhabitable for the Autobots.
Dark Energon is poisonous to Autobots but not Decepticons. Air Raid is dispatched into the planet’s core to disrupt the Energon Bridge, which supplies energy to Trypticon, while Optimus orders the evacuation of the planet. As Bumblebee protects supply convoys and Air Raid engages Decepticon Seekers commanded by Skywarp and Thundercracker, which he ultimately defeats, the Decepticons launch a new assault against Iacon after he is victorious. Jetfire is dispatched to the relay stations that transport Energon into Trypticon once it is eventually rebuilt and starts killing the escaping Autobot ships. When Trypticon collides with Iacon as a result of his efforts, Optimus launches one last assault on the enormous Decepticon, killing him in the process. The Autobots are then allowed to stay on Cybertron and go on their conflict with the Decepticons thanks to Optimus Prime’s leadership in stopping the spread of Dark Energon.
Transformers: War For Cybertron Season 1 Recap
Cybertron is now at war. Bumblebee is searching for Energon. Wheeljack emphasizes that once the Autobots get at the Spacebridge, they will have a fighting chance. Wheeljack declares that he will have to pick a side because the Decepticons won’t stop during their argument. In trying circumstances, Bumblebee appears to be quite impartial.
Then Jetfire arrives and cautions them based on whatever side they chose. When Thundercracker scans them, he discovers that they are Autobots and Optimus Prime’s pals. Jetfire asserts that he will decide the fate of the Seekers as their commander.
Wheeljack and Bumblebee succeed in fleeing, but Megatron soon appears. He says that they should open their eyes and that this is not genocide. He also encourages Wheeljack to denounce the Autobots since he wants the conflict to stop. Wheeljack is treating Megatron disrespectfully, Starscream informs him. Executions of Wheeljack and Bumblebee are mandated by Megatron.
However, as was to be expected, Optimus Prime shows up, causing him and Megatron to exchange words. Megatron’s peace pact is rejected by Optimus Prime. They clash. Megatron responds that Cybertron needs strength rather than freedom when Optimus Prime argues the opposite. The Decepticons are attacked as Megatron is preparing to terminate Prime. To leave, Prime orders the Autobots.
Where to Watch Transformers: War For Cybertron Online?
It is available on Prime Video and other movie streaming platforms like Netflix.