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Transformers: Forged to Fight Walkthrough and Guide by Private
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On the surface, transformers: forged to fight might look like a simple fighting game that has seemingly affixed all its bells and whistles on the graphics standpoint – given that it is built using an internationally loved franchise. As you dive deeper into the game, however, you may find the game simply addicting because of its engaging mix of a multiplayer RPG, arcade, strategy and meta gameplay.

Fighters / Characters:

One great thing about transformers: forged to fight is that every player is granted equal opportunity to earn all Playable Characters. It wouldn’t matter how much you’d pay in the game to affirm leverage, as it all boils down to luck as to whether or not you’d end up earning a 4-star fighter or something else. Employing a similar system to that of the successful Marvel Contest of Champions, players earn the opportunity to roll for a random fighter from “Crystals”, each with varying rarity and character.

While rolling for a new bot in the game, the game sets you up in an “illusion of control” with a rotating carousel similar to that of a theme park game and which houses the dozens of bots you can win. As you press the stop button, the carousel then slows to a grinding halt -- leaving you with a randomly selected champion, almost like playing a slot game.

After playing transformers: forged to fight for quite a while, you’d realize that the game is much less concerned with actually ace-ing the bouts in its arcade-style game as you would normally expect from a fighting game. What would really get you hooked in the game is the part where you collect and upgrade your roster of fighters. In many ways, the arcade battles are just the means to actually earn them.

With that, there are a ton of collectible characters to earn in this game – they are even broken down into separate Classes with different strengths and weaknesses against each other. This RPS mechanic (rock, paper, scissors) encourages the collection of varied fighters so that you can assure yourself some advantage from your opponents.


Upgrades in the game is usually a simple endeavor and most of the things you need to upgrade your bots are given to you regularly. However, in order to instantaneously get the most out of your faved fighter, things are also offered by purchasing them.

kabam also heavily integrates rolling content as it continuously works on follow-ups in the storyline with the release of new chapters as well as events to keep players constantly coming back every now and then. Integrating these events with unique in-game rewards ultimately keeps the game fresh and interesting for its patrons.

The Multiplayer Aspect of the Game:

Following its footsteps from proven fighting game franchises in the mobile platform, transformers: forged to fight gets its players always lined up with a fight with random online individuals without actually putting them on live head-to-head matches.

Every time you enter a versus match, you get matched up against real players’ profiles, so the fights are mainly statistically computed for, and are controlled by the system. The more fights you win, the more difficult player profiles are lined up for you. This then makes up the rankings in the active gaming community.

When competing with your opponents, you won't have to worry if they won't be online since the system is capable of fetching profiles and using AI controls to keep things--such as battles--available whenever you want them be. No real players means no wait times, no need for match setups, and ultimately no dropped games. As with that on the game’s Story mode, combat is ideally short, simple, and availed with ease.
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