That sounds likely.
With Rescue Bots Academy introing a Titan as well, is it wrong that I kinda want a whole line of Titans toys? They don't all need to be "Titan Class" in fact I would actually much prefer they weren't because "Ow my wallet" but say this guy's size would be great.
-ZacWilliam, with all the new Titans showing up on Toons recently they could go a while before even getting to the G1 guys.
I've been eyeballing a 3rd Party Fortress Maximus because the Titan is just too big. Remember how big 2005-era Leaders were? Given the relative size of toys these days, I'd take a Fort Max at around Metroplex (2006) height.
I was thinking last night (uh oh...) that Hasbro should roll another series of Cyberverse Deluxe figures. Here's what I'd pick, focussing on a mix of reuse, filling key show slots, and meeting general market demands (ie, core or core-adjacent characters). My vision is that 5 of the figures would come with parts for a Quintesson (maybe do a removable face so that the parts could also function as tentacle drones). The remaining could be "armory" figures sporting a show accessory or unique weapon. Maybe do 10 figures- first 6 or 7 in the first part of the year, the remaining as a closeout wave in the fall.
Hot Rod (stealth deco)
Cheetor (with Allspark- which features connection peg and maybe split into parts for armor)
Starscream (with scraplet(s))
Megatron X (with Matrix)
Perfect Decepticon (Megatron retool)
Optimus Prime (no face mask, battle call weapons.