Are you wondering about the second chapter of the trilogy, Transformers: War for Cybertron. Then you have arrived at the right place.
The second chapter of this trilogy is Earthrise or Transformers: Earthrise.
The owner of the franchise Hasbro, has teased some fascinating details about the Transformers: Earthrise. Read the article till the end to know about the release date and the cast of the Transformers: Earthrise.
The trilogy Transformers: War for Cybertron is an animated series. This transformer trilogy is an action-packed sci-fi thriller. The trilogy is about a story where on an alien planet Cybertron a civil war is going on.
The civil war has two sides: Autobots and Decepticons. The two sides are fighting for the revival of their species.
But both sides prefer different paths of revival.
There was another animated series which was called Prime Wars Trilogy. The trilogy got concluded in 2018. After its conclusion, Allspark and Netflix announced the release schedule for Transformer: War for Cybertron in 2020. Allspark is a production studio of Hasbro.
Scriptwriters are F.J. DeSanto and George Krstic. Rooster Teeth is the producer of the upcoming trilogy. This trilogy is under the direction of Takashi Kamei. And the animation is managed by Polygon Pictures.
Now let us talk about the specifics.
When Is the Transformers Earthrise Releasing?
The first installment of the trilogy, Transformer: Siege, came out on 30th July 2020. The first chapter had six episodes each, of 30 minutes duration.
Now on November 24, 2020, Netflix took Twitter to announce the release date of Transformer Earthrise.
We are pleased to tell you guys that Transformer Earthrise is already released. Transformer Earthrise came out on December 30, 2020.
What Can You Expect From Transformer Earthrise?
In the first chapter of the trilogy, Megatron, the leader of Decepticons, is willing to use Allspark to win the civil war against Autobots.
The leader of Autobots, Optimus Prime, is on a mission to stop Megatron. Later in the first chapter Bumblebee and Wheeljack (they later join Autobots) discover a Space Bridge while searching for Energon.
After lots of twists and turns, we find Optimus Prime throwing Allspark to an unknown part of the universe using the Space Bridge.
For the second installment, Transformer Earthrise, you will see many exciting things. Transformers will leave Cybertron in search of Allspark.
The search for Autobots for Allspark will bring them to earth and Decepticons with them.
Cybertron, the homeworld of transformers, is edging towards a countdown to destruction. With Allspark removed from Cybertron, the planet has very little time.
It will be interesting to see how this impacts the Autobots and Decepticons, which are there on Cybertron.
The search for Allspark will be a race against time. Whoever finds it first holds the fate of Cybertron in their hand.
For more details on the plot of Transformer Earthrise, you can see the interview of executive producer F.J. DeSanto with Hasbro Pulse.
But let us warn you this interview is full of spoilers. Watch at your own risk!
Which Transformer Will We See in Transformer Earthrise?
Ultra Magnus surrendered to Megatron and died in the first chapter of the trilogy. Similarly, many other Autobots, as well as Decepticons, died on Cybertron in the civil war.
Despite this, many survived who you will see in the second chapter.
Showrunners have also included some new faces of the transformers in the Transformer Earthrise.
The probable faces that you will see are:
- Optimus Prime
Trailer of Transformer Earthrise
To watch the trailer of Transformer Earthrise, you can either go to Youtube or Netflix.
Where Can You Watch Transformer Earthrise?
You can watch all the parts of the trilogy Transformers: War for Cybertron on Netflix.
The first chapter of the trilogy Transforme Siege is rated quite reasonably.
IMDB rated it 7.4 out of 10.
Rotten Tomatoes gave 90 out of 100 on the Tomatometer.
So far, Transformer Earthrise has no official ratings. We will be updating it as soon as possible.
So keep coming back for further updates.
This animated is for an audience that is looking for a time pass.
And it definitely fulfills its purpose. If you are looking for a good time-watch, this is the one for you.
All the sci-fi here, we want to tell you that you’ll love the technological aspects of the series. From space bridge to Energon to Allspark, everything is top-notch.
We also want to address the non-scientific readers. They should not worry because the plot is so gripping that they’ll find it engaging.
This series has something for everybody. So we suggest to all the readers that they should at least watch it once.
And come back to tell us about it, in the comments.