Transformers: War for Cybertron Ending: Everything you should know
‘Earthrise’ is the next chapter in the Transformers: War for Cybertron’ Trilogy. In the event the very first entry,’ Siege,’ depicted the savage civil war between the Autobots and Decepticons in the Transformers homeworld Cybertron,
‘ Earthrise’ concentrates on the group’s journey to regain the AllSpark, the source of life to all Transformers. The very first film ends with Optimus Prime-led Autobots evaporating to a space bridge, although Megatron becomes the absolute ruler of Cybertron.
Both chapters underscore the dichotomy of ideas and ideologies of the two warring factions and how the collective beliefs frequently influence the activities of those individuals. siege,’ Megatron would like to use the AllSpark to kill each of the Autobots and finish the war permanently.
In a desperate effort to save his folks, Optimus Prime sends the AllSpark away from Cybertron. While it gives a temporary respite to the Autobots, it ultimately turns out to be disastrous for either side.
Cybertron is rapidly dying. In’Earthrise,’ with Optimus outside from the open area searching for your AllSpark, the Decepticons below Megatron’s leadership have decisively won the war.” They are presently systematically wiping from the Autobots.
But, there continue to be pockets of resistance, one of which will be directed by Elita-1, the female counterpart of Optimus. Against the advice of her comrades, she frees a group of Decepticons in their own kind.
She finds that Megatron and his high-performance Decepticons are using energy, the primary fuel for all Transformers, in the Autobots and Decepticons equally to electricity the Nemesis project, which turns out to be a gigantic spaceship.
Megatron initially wishes to use it in order to transfer the remaining Decepticon people from their dying world to someplace safe. However, the second Optimus’ coordinates are found, these noble plans are lost.
In the penultimate episode of chapter two, both the Autobot and Decepticon ships have successfully made their way throughout the rift and into a really comfortable solar system.
In the episode, we view Optimus and Bumblebee briefly accessing via a space bridge what looks like the Prehistoric Earth, where it’s later shown the AllSpark has ended up. Nowadays, both factions have found their way there planning to maintain the AllSpark on their own.
While Optimus publicly admits that it was an error to remove their species’ life source from their planet, he knows that when Megatron manages to get it, it will indicate the extermination of the Autobots.
After coming into the solar system, both boats discover they can’t proceed because of a data overload. Megatron and Starscream direct a boarding team from the Nemesis into the Ark, the Autobots’ boat.
Since Megatron and Optimus fight, the contradictory philosophies they represent are accentuated. Both have recently been shown visions of the future by mythical beings. Sky Lynx showed Optimus the sheer devastation that Megatron would continue to cause. By comparison,
Galvatron assured that Megatron understands what an amazing supply of power and potential the Matrix of Leadership is. Empowered by them, both Megatron and Optimus think that they are on the proper course.
Optimus defeats Megatron, and before murdering masks the Decepticon him to forgive him. Use this slight reluctance on Optimus’ component, Megatron turns the desk. Fortunately for Optimus, Bumblebee arrives shortly then and starts shooting Megatron, forcing him to retreat.
It was Doubledealer who provided the data on the whereabouts of their Autobots to Megatron. When Doubledealer along with his mercenaries comes through the rift, Starscream believes they are there to help the Decepticons from the Autobots.
However, it is quickly shown that Doubledealer is under the control of the Quintesson named Deseeus, who’s there to ruin all of Transformers. Cog infiltrates the mercenary boat Fortune and determines control,
but his pleas to his fellow Autobots to stop firing at the ship go unheard. Since the Nemesis starts withdrawing from the Ark, Fortune explodes, sending debris into the earth.
Elita-1 realizes that almost all of the Decepticons have abandoned Cybertron to hunt down Optimus along with other Autobots. Shockwave, who’s still on Earth, is utilizing Decepticon sparks to provide himself enhancements such as a tiny device.
Elita-1 and other members of this resistance have put explosive devices all over the Decepticon base. With Optimus not around the planet, she is quickly emerging as the top figure in the struggle from the Decepticon rule.
The vast moral distinction between her and Shockwave serves as a microcosmic illustration of the difference between Autobots and Decepticons’ characteristics.
The series of explosions the rebels trigger and appear to get killed them as well. But Elita-1 probably have lived, as we do not see her shortly after the moment of the explosion. If she has, she will continue to direct both the Autobots and Decepticons from the remaining lackeys of Megatron.
Chapter 2 renders all its characters’ fates unsure. Fortune explodes too close to the Nemesis and Ark. The Autobots and the Decepticons likely enter the Earth’s atmosphere as part of this debris.
Its attention unexpectedly becomes mechanical, likely indicating that it is one of the Dinobots, a subgroup of all Autobots famous for their ferocity and fight abilities