Hasbro has apologised for claiming that Activision had lost its Transformers games and that that is the rationale they aren’t on Xbox Game Pass.
In an interview with Transformers World final week, a member of the Hasbro workforce mentioned it wish to see Microsoft revive Activision‘s outdated Transformers games through Game Pass.
It claimed, nevertheless, that this will not be potential as a result of it believed Activision had lost the laborious drives containing the games.
“Sadly, apparently Activision’s not sure what hard drives they’re on in their building,” they recommended. “When an organization eats an organization that eats an organization issues get lost, and that’s very irritating.
“Hope is that now that the deal is shifting ahead with Microsoft and Xbox they’ll undergo all the archives and each laborious drive to search out all of it as a result of it’s a straightforward Game Pass add.”
Now, in an announcement to VGC, the corporate has now apologised to Activision, saying the feedback had been made “in error”.
“To clarify, comments that suggest Transformers games have been lost were made in error,” Hasbro’s official assertion reads.
“We apologise to Activision and regret any confusion – they’ve been great partners, and we look forward to future opportunities to work together.”
Currently, Transformers: Devastation, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, and Transformers: War for Cybertron – all of which had been revealed by Activision – are at present unavailable for buy digitally.