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Transformers: War for Cybertron getting patched soon


1:20 PM on 06.28.2010
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Transformers: War for Cybertron is getting ludicrous amounts of playtime for me, and with such a promising multiplayer mode, I'm glad that High Moon Studios is going to support the game with patches. The only downside is that host migration still isn't on the cards, which is arguably the biggest issue so far. 

High Moon announced the patch within the game itself via the online lobby's news ticker. Details aren't fully revealed, but we know that at least one host-related issue is being addressed -- players will no longer lose XP if a host quits a match. It's not host migration, but at least it means you won't have entirely wasted twenty minutes of your time. 

War for Cybertron is definitely my favorite game of the past few months, and I've been glued to its Escalation Mode for hours. Which reminds me, who's up for some Transformers? I want to get through the game on Hard and could use some backup!






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