Bandai Namco is working on a new action RPG in the Dragon Ball universe, tentatively titled Project Z. Official details are coming this weekend, but the publisher has put out a teaser image giving just a tiny hint about what to expect from the game – but it’s more than enough to fuel some thorough speculation about what’s coming.

The image shows Goku holding a young Gohan, as they both appear in the very first episodes of Dragon Ball Z. According to Gematsu, the Japanese tweet accompanying this image says that Project Z “depicts a never before expressed, nostalgic, and new Dragon Ball world.” The word “nostalgic” and the version of Goku and Gohan we’re seeing together suggest the game will take place at least partly around the start of DBZ.

A convincing line art aesthetic on that apparent render also has some fans speculating that Project Z will be developed by CyberConnect2, which previously partnered with Bandai Namco on the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games. Those titles are well-regarded, so it’d be neat to see CC2 take on the Dragon Ball license – though, again, this remains a bit of pure speculation.

We’re getting more details on Project Z as part of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour finals, which take place on January 26 and 27.

There’s been no shortage of bad Dragon Ball games over the years, though some good ones have crept in every now and then. Dragon Ball FighterZ, though, has raised the standards for what we can expect out of the license, hitting big sales numbers and player counts and drawing tons of entrants at events like Evo.

Hopefully Project Z can live up to the standards that the franchise now has. We’ll find out more in the very near future.