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Walmart has been undergoing a periodic reset of its toy aisles during the last couple of weeks, resulting among other things in most locations now stocking the 2017 Robots in Disguise "Combiner Force" line. And at one location, special product tags may have given an insight towards otherwise unsolicited future products. The Crash Combiner assortment seems to have listed a set of "DRAGSTR N WILDBREAK", which one could not be blamed for speculating might be Stunticon themed, as RID interpretations of Dragstrip and probably Wildrider. We're likely to see more about this next month at Toy Fair. Keep reading for the full size shelf photo.

Lastmaximal on Allspark shared an interesting discovery today. Spotting some of the latest RID Warrior assortment at a Toys R Us in the Philippines, something unexpected stood out about the batch's Windblade. Indeed, while seemingly retaining the same plastic colors, the deco has been reworked to give more color variation to the robot mode. But more surprising is the debut of the mold's alternate head with sculpted battle mask! Lastmaximal shared a few pictures of the new Windblade in package, which we've mirrored below. Keep reading to have a look!

Thanks again to Cybertron Philippines we have images of the entire initial waves of the Combiner Force branding of Robots in Disguise. Some pricepoints seem to be reflecting waves one and two, whether that's both being offered simultaneously or indicative of product reships in the later cases is unclear. Likewise, there are a sizeable number of repackagings of earlier 1- and 3-step changer toys in the new packaging style. At the same time, this shoot gives us looks at Warrior Skywarp, Soundwave, Blurr, Crash Combiner Skyhammer, and more first run toys in their packages, and you can see it all in the gallery below!

The Transformers Facebook page shared out a new video just before the holiday, giving an in-depth look at RID's Combiner Force redesign of Soundwave. The catch is, it's the gimmick platform figure! This seems to be a first reveal of an Activator Class figure for Soundwave, who deploys weapons when a Mini-Con interacts, and designer Sean Carmen Isabella goes over it and the process that led to the visual style in a lot of detail, including a demo of the transformation. We've taken screencaps, which you can find along with the video below!

UK toy shop The Entertainer has posted images of the new Combiner Force One-Step Changers! The first wave features new molds of series mainstays Optimus Prime, Drift, and of course Bumblebee! If you're in the UK and One-Step figures are your thing as a collector - and at this point we may be talking to as many as three people - The Entertainer seems to have all three in stock now for 7.33 GBP. Keep reading for links and for the photos!

The Transformers Instagram page has posted a new photo showing two iterations of Soundwave meeting. The star is the upcoming Warrior Class RID Soundwave, which is a fusion of elements from the Transformers Prime appearance, with broad strokes from the High Moon Studios War For/Fall Of Cybertron games. The photo was even large enough to be able to take a crop of RID Soundwave and get a nice look at the figure - a view we've made more distinct by removing the color from the surroundings. Keep reading to see!

We've got a selection of new stock photos showing off part of the 2017 range of Robots in Disguise toys. Combiner Force debuted the weekend of New York Comic Con in two styles: Mini-Con-triggered Activator Combiners, seen here as Bumblebee and Strongarm, and Crash Combiner two packs featuring paired character combinations, starting with Bumblebee and Sideswipe, and Optimus and Strongarm. We have images for all of them, including packaging shots. It's all mirrored below, so click through to see!

Following the big reveal from Hasbro announced this morning that several exciting G1 Transformers characters are coming to the RID line in Spring of 2017. Some of these characters will also be making appearances in the show but you will have to tune in to find out which ones! Have just recieved the official details on all these new Tranformers Robots In Disguise Combiner Force toys along with descriptions and class details. Read on for more information.

Hasbro has just bestowed upon io9 a wealth of promotional renders of Robots In Disguise figures, many heretofore unannounced! In terms of new to the toyline characters we've got Soundwave and Blurr at multiple price points, but also some interesting ones at a single price point, like Legion Cyclonus. Keep reading to see the list!

After surprising us all last night with the first sighting of Combiner Force figures anywhere, artist and friend of RFC Paul Agnew went on to take some photos of the all-new Legion Class Starscream and Springload! As has been the case with RID so far the Decepticon critter is the more attention-getting of the two, but Starscream's not looking bad either. Keep reading to see the photos, mirrored here!

Thanks to Ozformers forums member griffin, we now know that the second wave of Mini-Con Weaponizers - Windstrike, Dragonus, Sawtooth, and Lancelon - have appeared at retail for the first time in an Australian Target. They're running $8 AUD, which converts to roughly $6 USD - pretty close to US retail for once. Keep reading for the photo and confirmation!

TFW2005 has reported an update to the RID app that has provided an interesting look at the next round of products! The biggest news is an assortment titled Combiner Force, which seems to work slightly differently than Combiner Wars did in Generations. Also we've got a new class of Mini-Con called Activators. Keep reading for more details!

We continue our SDCC 2016 coverage with the RID part of the Hasbro Breakfast! On-hand are the second Starscream toy to make itself known in RID, Power Surge Starscream, as well as Legion and 3-Step versions of fan-favorite design Bisk and a closer look at the ToysRUs exclusive wave that just hit last week. Keep reading to see!

Just behind Generations in scope of product coverage on display we have Robots in Disguise. Everything from electronic "Power Surge" figures right down to Mini-Con packs and everything in between. We've got good looks at new Warrior figures Ratchet and Bisk, plus just-now-hitting items like Windblade and Scorponok. Hopefully we'll see some news tomorrow about the general retail Starscream as well, with its Toys R Us exclusive version already available in Canada. Stick with us to find out, and in the meantime, click through for all the photos!

Thanks to Matrix_Holder over who has posted imaged of RID Warrior class Power Surge Optimus, and Paralon Toys 'R' Us limited edition toys. The images show the Optimus Prime figure with wing swords as well as his axe weapon from the front and the back in robot mode. The Paralon figure is shown to be somewhat of a homage to the Beast Wars Scorponok figure with a very similar head sculpt. Read on to see the somewhat blurry images below.

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