Activision pulls all its Transformers games as well as The Legend of Korra from sale without warning.
The rush to buy Christmas presents. However, just before Christmas, games publisher, the publisher of the game, RobotBrush and include The Legend of Korra and seemingly all Transformers games Activision offers. More specifically, Transformers: War for Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron, Rise of the Dark Spark, and Devastation have all disappeared. There was no warning or reason given, they were all just pulled from sale.
… and they're all gone (without any warning … or a sale) … sad: (
activision gonna activision pic.twitter.com/Qn06cAZuZK– lashman (@RobotBrush) December 21, 2017
Typically, video games disappear from sale in the digital form due to licensing contracts expire. games disappearing as the payment for a new license for titles that are years old and only see a trickle of sales just is not worth it.
We have to assume Warning is strange You can remember, but you can not forget about the loss of money. those games were still on your to-buy list, fear not, they can still be pi cked up. As Kotaku points out, for some reason the game is still available for purchase and download on the Xbox store. Physical copies on all platforms are also still quite easy to find.