Transformers come to life in Optimus Prime
Transformers come to life in Optimus Prime

Hasbro showed off a new version of Optimus Prime at a new online event, but the difference is that this particular game can change everything on its own.

The company has made things difficult for the new programmable robot Optimus Prime thanks to the power of real robots (in the form of 27 servo motors and a mobile app) that can change everything by themselves.

According to Hasbro, the 19-inch robot includes approximately 5,000 components, 27 patented servo motors and 60 microchips that drive the auto-switch function.

In addition to the mobile app, the new Optimus Prime has voice commands with which car owners can control gear changes or driving behavior when the vehicle is in good condition.

The robot uses the voice of Peter Cullen, who was best known for the voice of Optimus Prime in the original animated series "Transformers" in the 1980s.

However, what makes this game unique is that it can switch between Truck and Mika modes (i.e., mobile robotic robots).

Compared to the latest Optimus Prime game from MasterPieces (about $ 500 and must be transferred manually), the new version of the self-converting game is inexpensive.

Optimus Prime is manufactured by Robosen Robotics and sold by Hasbro. It has a price of $ 699.99.

The game is expected to be released in October and is currently available for pre-order from Hasbro's official website.


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