Transformers Fall of Cybertron - Hard Drive needs be saved

Transformers Fall of Cybertron - Hard Drive needs be saved

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High Moon Studios’ Transformers: War for Cybertron and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron are both beloved games in the Transformers community. They were highly acclaimed with great reviews and it was obvious that the developers cared a lot about the products they were selling. Unfortunately, Activision’s license with Hasbro expired earlier this year and as a result, both games were removed from all digital stores. This was tragic for the community and made it harder for people to experience these gems. The playerbase dwindled even more due to a decrease in new players and it seemed like this was the end. To makes matters even worse, there has been news from an inside source that Activision plans to terminate the Unreal Engine 3 source code of both War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron on January 1st since the license expired! All of their passion, all of their struggles, all of their creativity, will truly be gone forever which is why we must make our voice heard. These games should have become irrelevant but yet, JOHNNYFLASH’s videos prove otherwise. We cannot let these games be terminated because of simple legal issues. This petition is to get Activision to give the community the source code so that we can preserve the legacy of High Moon Studios. This source code will give modders more flexibility with the coding in Unreal Engine 3 so that we can keep the games alive. Modders will be able to create their own maps, add weapons, create new game modes, etc. Everything the developers can do will be in the modding communities hands. This petition will be sent to Activision executives so please SIGN this and SHARE this with everyone! We need all the help we can get.
This is our best hope to bring the game back to life.
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