As promised some while back, the newest TFCC magazine issue contains a preview for the fifth iteration of the Transformers Figure Subscription Service, which was announced even before the fourth had all its production samples revealed. Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna has tweeted out a photo of the preview page, showing two of the upcoming figures. Unsurprisingly there's a reuse of the Oilmaster Pretender shell created for Botcon 2015's boxset, and a not-so outside the box reuse of Generations Arcee. Keep reading to see what they are!
The Oilmaster Pretender shell has been redecoed to represent Double Pretender Optimus Prime. The included inner robot is still the Swerve mold, but is shown here with a new Optimus-style head, and has the same partner figure, now decoed as Hi-Q. The Arcee mold falls in to the easy to guess and will be in the set as a Paradron Medic. Interestingly, or perhaps oddly, it comes with a Legends Micromaster partner figure as well. This either means it has an accessory it can't utilize thanks to the mold's usual non-standard hand shape, or this instance will see a return of the 5mm remolded hands that debuted with Combiner Hunters Arcee in the SDCC set last summer. The figure pictures seems to have the original closed rectangle hands, however.
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