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Hasbro Apologizes for Incorrect Claim About Activision’s Transformers Games

Hasbro has issued an apology after incorrect statements were made about Activision's Transformers games. In an interview with Transformers World, a member of the Hasbro team suggested that Activision had lost the hard drives containing the games, thus preventing them from being available on Xbox Game Pass. However, Hasbro has now acknowledged that these comments were made “in error.”

Hasbro has expressed its regret for any confusion caused by the statements and has apologized to Activision. The company emphasized that Activision has been a great partner and that they look forward to future collaborations.

The inaccuracies in the comments arose from a desire to see Microsoft revive Activision's old Transformers games through Xbox Game Pass. However, it appears that the reason for the games' unavailability on the platform is unrelated to lost hard drives.

At present, Transformers: Devastation, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, and Transformers: War for Cybertron, all of which were published by Activision, are unavailable for digital purchase.

While the incorrect claim about lost hard drives raised hopes of the games being added to Xbox Game Pass, it seems that this is not the case. The situation may be due to other factors or decisions made by the companies involved.

Hasbro's apology underscores the importance of accurate information and maintaining good relationships with partners in the industry. The statement clarifies the mistake and highlights the continued partnership between Hasbro and Activision.