For months now, third-parties have been coming forward on podcasts and social media to reference their involvement in a new entry in the legendary Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series, despite ongoing silence regarding the game's existence in any official capacity.
This past weekend, it was the turn of skateboarder Jason Dill to reference the mystery title, doing so on the latest episode of podcast The Nine Club. Speaking with host Chris Roberts, Dill mentioned that his music and his boards would both be featured in the game, joining previous spoilers dropped by Lizzie Armanto, Sabi, and punk band The Death Set.
Despite all of the attention being openly paid to this new title, there is still no official word from either Hawk or previous publisher Activision. All signs point to a new franchise entry, but whether it will be a straight sequel or the rumoured remake of the 1999 PlayStation original remains to be seen.
Jason Dill: New Tony Hawk's Pro Skater due out in 2020 [Gematsu]