CYBERVERSE HITS AUSTRALIA - First Toys From New Transformers Series Sighted In Toyworld In Victoria

Griffin of the Ozformers Forums has reported the first known sighting of Transformers: Cyberverse action figures! Showing figures in the Warrior, Scout, and One-Step Changers classes, the figures were apparently priced pretty high, with Warrior Class Shockwave being marked $42 AUD (about $31 USD). Given the SRPs we've been quoted before, we're sure hoping that this is an error and not what Australian fans can expect to pay for these. Keep reading for a photo!
Several HUGE sightings today, but the big news is Cyberverse hitting Australia before the rest of the world, but since it was at a Victorian Toyworld, it might have been an accidental early release, as we've had some Movie toys in recent years being released early by accident.
Then again, these could be their official release, and we just got lucky with the toys... but not the prices, as the Toyworld prices were apparently not right, with them being way over their normal size-class price point.

Three sizes found - Scout, Warrior and 1-Step.


Transformers: Cyberverse is the successor to Robots In Disguise as the kid-friendly mass market Transformers series and toyline. The series is expected to start in the fall.
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