Hasbro Announces New Transformers Generations Selects

During today's first Hasbro Pulse Transformers live stream event two new Generations Select figures were revealed. For those unaware of the Generation Selects series, it's is a figure line dedicated to fans to give them figures we don't usually get in the main line. These special edition figures are always packed with detail and expands the fan service of Hasbro. This time two new Autobots are headed our way with some spectacular deluxe figures. First up is Tigertrack who will be seeing his first US release. He is sporting his 2013 Japan-only Tokyo Toy Show deco, converts into his Transformer sportscar mode in only 16 steps, and comes loaded with accessories. He will be equipped with an electron pulse blaster and a missile launcher. The weapon systems will both connect to Tigertrack while he is also in vehicle mode for an explosive getaway. As Tigertrack drives away, the Transformer Rotorstorm flies on in all the way back from 1992. The G2 Turbomaster figure is back and features classic deco and head sculpt from the IDW Transformers comic. Rotorstorm will convert into helicopter mode in 24 steps and comes with 2 blasters. Both blasters will be able to be connected to the Transformers hands and undercarriage when in vehicle mode. This is one figure fans will not want to miss and pre-orders are already live.

The Generations Selects figure expands the Transforms world and gives fans some of their favorite unique characters. G2 fans will be very excited to get their hands on this beautifully deco Rotorstorm and take on the Decepticon threat. Tigertrack is coming in hot and looks great in both modes. Expand your Transformers collection with these two figures who are already live for pre-order. Both Generation Selects figures are priced at $19.99 and set to release in November 2020. You will be able to find Tigertrack located here and Rotorstorm located here. Don't forget to check out the other recently announced Transformers collectibles coming soon like the Deluxe Centurion Drone Weaponizer Pack.

Transformers Generations Selects Tigertrack and Rotorstorm

"The fierce sentry, Tigertrack, is a force to be reckoned with, with his high speed, powerful weapons, and enhanced sensor tech. This WFC-GS18 Autobot Tigertrack figure features deco inspired by the 2013 Tokyo Toy Show release available only in Japan. This figure is our first US release of a Tigertrack figure. This Autobot Tigertrack figure converts from robot to sports car mode in 16 steps and comes with a missile launcher and electron pulse blaster accessories. Attach the weapon accessories to the figure in robot and sportscar mode."

 

  • This WFC-GS18 Autobot Tigertrack figure features deco inspired by the 2013 Tokyo Toy Show release available only in Japan
  • This Autobot Tigertrack figure converts from robot to classic G1 sports car mode in 16 steps
  • Comes with a missile launcher and electron pulse blaster accessories. Attach the weapon accessories to the figure in robot and sportscar mode
Hasbro Announces New Transformers Generations Selects
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"This special edition WFC-GS19 Rotorstorm figure is inspired by the G2 Turbomaster figure originally released in 1992. It features deco and a head sculpt designed to resemble the look of the ruthless and fearless Autobot strategician from the IDW comic books. This is the first Rotorstorm figure released since 1992. This Rotorstorm figure converts from robot to helicopter mode in 25 steps and comes with 2 blaster accessories that can attach to the figure's arms in robot mode and the undercarriage in helicopter mode."

Hasbro Announces New Transformers Generations Selects
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  • This WFC-GS19 Rotorstorm figure is inspired by the Turbomaster originally released in 1992
  • This Rotorstorm figure converts from robot to helicopter mode in 25 steps
  • Comes with 2 blaster accessories that can attach to the
  • figure's arms in robot mode and the undercarriage in helicopter mode

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