First, the Transformers Game facebook page has confirmed that PC customers will have access to DLC.
Second, the High Moon Studios twitter account has revealed that a demo version will be available prior to the games official release, no word on which platforms or an exact date.
Third, MTV Geek has posted a nice wrap up of the SDCC Transformers: Fall of Cybertron voice actor panel featuring: Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime), Gregg Berger (Grimlock), and Nolan North (Cliffjumper). Click here to read the full article.
Discussing the darker tone, Cullen says that he was confident in the booth about the lines and the role knowing the greater vision for Optimus Prime and the narrative of Fall of Cybertron. "It's like being involved in the show itself," Cullen gushed. "I was ultimately really surprised to see the finished product."
In terms of the changes between the G1 interpretation and Fall of Cybertron, Berger says that his character's grammar is perhaps a bit better than in past incarnations. Other changes, particularly in terms of Grimlock's history, Berger says all remain true to the basics of the character. He credited the game with allowing players to live the world of the Transformers instead of simply observing it.
As for Bruticus, he says that if Grimlock is the angry guy on the 405 Interstate, Bruticus is the one turning and saying "What are you lookin' at?" The character's gruff voice is all part of a character whow would rather bash his way through obstacles then figure things out.
Lastly, the official Transformers: Fall of Cybertron website has added several new screenshots to their gallery. We've mirrored them below.