With the U.S. Transformers market long silent, interest in the brand began to fade even in Japan and Europe. Scant few new releases were issued, and it seeme the brand would finally die.
Japan's 1992 toyline, Operation Combination, introduced a handfull of Micro Transformer combiner giftsets, based on the concept of Sixliner from the year previous. Along with a couple redeco combiner giftsets, the only other releases were the Turbomasters and Predators, sold in four versus packs.
Europe also received a mishmash, including single-packed Turbomasters and Predators, as well as larger counterparts for both subgroups. A handfull of nameless figures rounded out the year - Constructicons and four redecoed members of the Breastforce, stripped of their accessories and unable to combine. As if to accent the dilapidation of the brand, the trademark for use of the Autobot and Decepticon logos expired in 1992, forcing Hasbro Europe to come up with what would become the G2 symbols in order to continue branding the factions.