Tony Hawk's revealed that he is working with Tony Hawk: Ride developer Robomodo again.
On what, his Tweet didn't verify, which means this may be something other than Ride 2.
"Just met with @robomodo about our next project and it's already much better than I expected. Details soon. Chicago is not warm," Tweeted Hawk.
Hawk's talked before about the board peripheral and its potential for other experiences - surfing, snowboarding.
Hawk's also told the world that, "As far as I'm concerned, it's all systems go with trying to make a sequel for this, because I feel like we've only just really tapped what's possible with this technology."
There's little shock in Activision producing a sequel, especially one that has now established a new peripheral. But a second Ride game would need considerable improvements if it wants to to win over critics and consumers alike.
Head over to our Tony Hawk: Ride review for the big picture.