...Wait, What? New Transformers: The Last Knight Poster Shows The Robotic Side Of Cade Yeager

We've just posted a series of new Transformers: The Last Knight posters, and one of them has something we hadn't noticed before: Age of Extinction protagonist Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) with a nasty-looking wound on his left arm... which seems to reveal robotics of some sort beneath. Click through for photographic proof! UPDATED with a second image from the Final Trailer!



UPDATE! here's a still from the Transformers: The Last Knight trailer #4 showing what the robotics look like in-film. In action, it looks a lot more like a patch than a mechanical part. Cybertronian medicine, or minor makeup issues?




Is Cade a cyborg, patched back together after his time helping the Autobots? Has he been replaced by a Revenge of the Fallen style Pretender? Or - since the Transformers franchise is essentially the "Yes, And " rule of improv run amok - has Cade secretly always been Cybertronian, unknown to everyone including himself? Only two and a half weeks left until we can find out!

The scene in question can be seen 22 seconds into this trailer:

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