It’s soon going to be six years since the first Lego Dimensions was released, and we could finally be looking at a reveal or at least an announcement for Lego Dimensions 2. Let’s take a look at a couple of tweets that were put out by Lego’s official account.
In the first tweet, Lego posted a video of a Lego block. The four ridges on this block have four distinct colours. They confirmed that a big announcement was coming on 26th June of this year. You can view this teaser video here. While most fans may have assumed that they would have to wait nearly a month to find out what exactly the big announcement might be, an eagle-eyed fan named Nroc may have found a hidden message in the colours on the Lego block. He said, “Probably coincidental, but yellow/cyan/magenta were the colours used to denote moving the figures to another part of the base which was a big part of Lego Dimensions, and the series 2 bases were orange. Probably a stretch though”. As is clear from his tone, even he himself was dismissive of this theory. What came next, however, nobody would have ever guessed. Lego actually replied to this tweet! Take a look at what they said.
Some may take this as virtual confirmation of a new Lego Dimensions game, but many have pointed out the fact that this could very well be a generic tweet reply that they had ready. While the chances of this are low, we need to manage our expectations, since Lego could just be using this as a stunt to reach more of their base with this announcement.
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