The following FAQ addresses frequently asked questions regarding the multiplayer elements of Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.
Challenges are specific tasks a player must complete in multiplayer mode (including Escalation) for an experience point reward. Challenges run the gamut from Basic Challenges, such as simple survival over time or killing a certain number of enemies, to class-specific challenges that require a player to play as a specific multiplayer class. Each Challenge has three stages that increase their difficulty as well as the experience points rewarded for completing them.
Prime Mode is a special reward for advanced players who have mastered the different classes in multiplayer. To unlock Prime Mode, you must reach level 25 for all multiplayer classes. At that point, you will have the option to unlock Prime Mode. Note that
Unlocking Prime Mode is voluntary and must be deliberately activated by the player. Activating Prime Mode resets all of your multiplayer levels back to level one and gives you a special icon that will now be displayed beside your name. Prime Mode also unlocks special head pieces in the Transformers multiplayer character customization mode.
No. You will once again have to re-unlock weapon loadouts as you climb back up the multiplayer levels.
The vehicle you transform into is dependent on two things you select during character creation: your character class and your chest piece. These are the basic vehicle modes for the game’s multiplayer classes:
Unlike the other multiplayer modes, Escalation is co-op and not competitive. It can be found on the Main Menu, not in the multiplayer menu.
No, the muting function is not supported in Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.
These messages are abbreviated to save screen space. Here are their full meanings:
This can happen when the Xbox One is set to Instant-on and was turned off while in the multiplayer menus. This can be resolved by returning to the main menu, then returning to the multiplayer menu to reestablish a connection.