As 2021 comes to a close as will the Kingdom line with its final wave due out in early 2022. While information on this wave has leaked here and there for months now (including some partial reveals by Hasbro itself) they have finally confirmed the final wave of the end to the War for Cybertron trilogy. Thanks to a reveal on its Facebook page, we now have the final roster for the end of Kingdom. Here's the breakdown from Facebook:
Things are ramping up over here on Transformers! We missed #TransformersTuesday, so Transformers THURSDAY it is! Check out the last 3 toy reveals for War for Cybertron: Kingdom – Deluxe Autobot Slammer, Deluxe Autobot Pipes, and Voyager Autobot Blaster and Autobot Eject. All figures COMING SOON to retail, so keep your (eyes emoji) peeled.Autobot Pipes is a partial tool of Huffer and is based on his G1 animation appearance featuring all-new head, waist, chest, tires, forearms, shoulders, and accessories. This figure converts to mini truck mode and comes with 2 pipe blaster accessories and a newly tooled cartoon-accurate head. The back cab even allows you to show off his Autobot emblem.
Autobot Slammer is a heavy partial of Ironworks, featuring 5 new tools! This figure is based off the original 1986 Slammer toy that came with G1 Metroplex and converts to his classic tank mode. Autobot Slammer is also a weaponizer! Break the figure apart to equip other figures with missile launcher, chainsaw, and turret blaster accessories.
Autobot Blaster is inspired by his animated appearance in the G1 series and comes with his cassette tape, Autobot Eject. Autobot Blaster converts to boombox mode. The figure features detailed sculpt on the speakers, mini jetpack sculpt on its back, and side-to-side articulation on the front shin speakers. The Autobot Blaster figure’s finger is extended to press his spring-loaded eject button and automatically pop open his tape deck! Autobot Blaster comes with his classic electro scrambler blaster that Autobot Eject can hold.