There is no doubting that Hasbro and Machinima's Transformers: Combiner Wars was extremely successful. Aimed at a more mature audience, the online series featured the return of such popular characters as Optimus Prime, Megatron, Rodimus and Starscream among others.
The series would go on to amass more than 120-Million global views since it launched earlier this year. Thus, it comes as no surprise that the duo are re-teaming for two more Transformers chapters. Hasbro and Machinima have announced today that development on both Titans Return and Power Of The Primes has officially begun.
Transformers: Combiner Wars executive produce and showrunner Eric Calderon is returning to oversee the development of the final two installments of the trilogy series. Taking place after the events chronicled in Combiner Wars, the two new shows will focus on the depleted forces of Cybertron and a broken Council of Worlds who must face off against a new threat larger than anything that has come before.
“The global fan base has really embraced this vision of the Transformers,” said Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein, “and we are thrilled to be working closely with Hasbro developing the next two installments of the series.”
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