Fast-forward to today, and the official Toys for Bob X account shared its "latest experiments in Unreal Engine 5." What should and shouldn't be made of this, we don't know. This is most likely just for the purpose of Unreal Engine 5 practice, but it is notable for a studio who has been trapped doing Call of Duty support lately.
More than this, in the replies to the tweet, gamers couldn't help but notice, and point out, all the purple on the various screens. Of course, not only is Spyro purple, but much of the theming of Spyro games is as well. Fueling speculation even more is the fact that the screens have been blurred out, which is odd if they are just for the purposes of Unreal Engine 5 testing.
"We took some time out to get together and share our latest experiments in Unreal Engine 5 – it was a full day of excellent presentations with plenty of learnings and fresh ideas for the new year," reads the tweet in question, which can be seen below.
Alas, right now Spyro fans only have is speculation and a prayer, but this was more than they had before. This tweet is interesting, and all of the purple on the screens is eye-catching, but even if that is Spyro content on the screens, it doesn't mean there is a new game in development. That said, there have been some rumors here and there suggesting as much.
We took some time out to get together and share our latest experiments in UE5 - it was a full day of excellent presentations with plenty of learnings and fresh ideas for the new year!! 👩🎓 📚 #LifeAtTFB pic.twitter.com/RKEz8vsRrw— Toys For Bob (@ToysForBob) December 18, 2023
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