Is LEGO Teasing On a Possible LEGO Dimensions Sequel?!

LEGO teases

A few days ago, LEGO announced or teased over its social media channels that it is gearing up for something big in June. The teaser came in the form of a typical 2×2 brick whose studs eventually light up representing what seems to be neon colors in yellow, cyan, magenta, and orange. My immediate impression was that the teaser might lead us to the official announcement of the LEGO Night Mode Kits. However, the most recent developments with regards to this teaser may have another surprising plot twist. Because as it turns out, there is a theory that it may also point towards the probable arrival of a LEGO Dimensions sequel.

This theory, as reported by CBR, points to the glaring similarities that the four colors shown in the teaser’s 2×2 brick are very much the same as the colors used in the LEGO Dimensions toy pad. These similarities were pointed out by Twitter user @whirlwind2112 as you can see from his tweet below.

And to add fuel to this tweet, LEGO also responded with a cryptic message encouraging us to keep our radars up.

To be frank, I am really caught off guard by this theory/speculation since it never came to me how strikingly similar the colors of my LEGO Dimensions toy pad are, to that shown in the teaser.

However, I have to say that I am inclined to have a certain amount of disbelief towards any kind of revival, or the possibility of a LEGO Dimensions sequel considering the current situation of the toys-to-life genre. Since that time when LEGO officially pulled the plug on LEGO Dimensions, and with all the signs pointing towards that eventual demise several years ago, I feel it is somewhat unlikely that such a move will be on the horizon anytime soon.

But then again, I couldn’t shake off from my head how surprisingly similar these colors are to that of the teaser. And waiting for June 26, 2021, seems to be forever! What does the LEGO Group have in mind? What is really going on? Does a LEGO Dimensions sequel a real possibility? Share with us what you think in the comments below, or join in the discussion on our Facebook page.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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