SEGA Drops a Curious Teaser on Twitter
SEGA has been known to drop hints for big reveals in fun and out of the box ways, and today is no different. The publisher has dropped an interesting hint on Twitter teasing an incoming announcement next week and already fans are going crazy trying to guess what it might be about.
Earlier today on SEGA’s official Twitter account, the publisher posted a new photo that reveals an incoming announcement next week, on January 16th. Of course, the image is more than vague, so it will be interesting to see the announcement will be a brand new game reveal or if it will unveil a port of some kind. You can check out the announcement on Twitter below.
— SEGA (@SEGA) January 12, 2018
So is it a new game announcement, something incoming for the Nintendo Switch, or maybe even a new event? Although it remains to be seen what the actual reveal will be as of right now, if the photo ties into it at all, it may involve a light bulb. The meaning behind it is anyone’s guess, and of course that’s exactly what fans have started to do.
While most fans are thinking the announcement involves a new game, there are some that believe a new console may be in the works. Some have suggested the image points to Sega Dreamcast, as the original advertising line at launch was “It’s Thinking™.” Maybe the light bulb is a hint that points towards Dreamcast 2?
Dreamcast 2! pic.twitter.com/SDkYtcqZRf
— メロンパン🔞スイス人の変態紳士 (@MeidocafeR2) January 12, 2018
It’s hard to imagine a new SEGA console would be able to compete with the PS4, Xbox One, or Switch, yet here we are. Obviously, the Dreamcast hype is real.
With that said, back in November Two Point Studios revealed that they have been working with SEGA Europe on a project not yet announced. At that same time, they teased that we will find out what the game is on, as you may have already guessed, January 16th. You can find this tweet below.
We're excited to share…
We'll be announcing our game on January 16th 2018. pic.twitter.com/yHc5qXR55K
— Two Point Studios (@TwoPointStudios) November 29, 2017
So what do you think it could be? Let us know in the comments below and keep it locked for updates!