Transformers War for Cybertron, Prime, and Exodus In the Same Continuity

Hasbro, Inc. sent out a note today telling us definitively that the story lines of Transformers: War for Cybertron, Transformers: Prime, and Transformers: Exodus are in the same continuity.

Apparently, in the recent wave of the question and answer session with Hasbro, a fan site questioned the continuity between these three and they were told that they are separate entities.

"Unfortunately the wrong answer was delivered and that answer has made its way to the fan community," Joe Moscone tells us in an email.

"The TRANSFORMERS brand team would like to confirm that [these] are in the same aligned continuity. Hasbro is creating a single continuity to tell the bulk of our TRANSFORMERS stories going forward."

This path has been in the works for quite a while now. Hasbro will be releasing Once Upon and Time in Cybertron, establishing the creation story of the beginning and spotlights the original 13.

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