Niantic is extending from charming critters to monster robots. Today, the game engineer reported its next project: a location-based increased reality game called Transformers: Heavy Metal. The game is relied upon to dispatch around the world this year, with a delicate dispatch in select nations “soon.” Niantic says that it has joined forces with Seattle-based studio Very Spaceship, which will be driving turn of events.
You may be pondering exactly how transcending changing robots will mean Pokémon Go-style gameplay. Here’s the fundamental portrayal from Niantic:
“In Transformers: Heavy Metal, players will join the Guardian Network, a group of humans who have banded together with the Autobots in a war against the Decepticons. As a Guardian, players will uncover hidden regions across Earth to find resources and battle Decepticons in turn-based battles, either solo or with friends.”
While Niantic is most popular for the ongoing achievement of Pokémon Go, the organization has additionally extended by endeavoring to carry other fictional domains to video games. The first was the Harry Potter universe, with Wizards Unite, and all the more recently the developer reported an organization with Nintendo that will incorporate a Pikmin game.
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