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Team Battle Episodes And New Card Rarities Unfold In Transformers Legends 2.0

Team Battle Episodes And New Card Rarities Unfold In Transformers Legends 2.0

February 5, 2014
Transformers Legends has just transformed, as it were, into version 2.0, over nine months after its release in the App Store. Most notably, the new 2.0 update to the popular card battle game based on Hasbro's popular robot toy franchise introduces a new episode type called Team Battle. As its name suggests, Team Battle lets you team up with other players in battles against rival teams, with special rewards at stake. Transformers Legends 2.0 also adds Rarity 6 character cards and Rarity 5 weapon cards, both of which enhance the power of your deck. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. According to developer Mobage, Transformers Legends 2.0 also includes the following improvements:
  • We fixed the exploit of the premium Space Bridges in which players could purchase specific tiers of the Space Bridge more than once
  • We fixed an issue where the logic to download parallax cards over WiFi would not always work
  • We fixed several issues in the store including malfunctioning ‘back’ button functionality
  • Medals used from your inventory now point to the correct Space Bridges
  • Teletraan 1 now shows arrows to clarify which paths you can take
  • We resolved a horizontal snapping issue in the inventory
  • Card labels now show full CHRONOGON and EVOLUTION text
Also including various bug fixes and performance improvements, Transformers Legends 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later. See also: Disney Set To Launch Star Wars: Assault Team Combat Game On iOS This Spring, Prepare Your Suits And Swords For Sony Pictures Television's Brand New iOS Game, and Play As Your Favorite Mutants From Days Of Future Past In X-Men: Battle Of The Atom.

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