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Wednesday, 17 April 2013 09:18

Titan registered as a trademark by Respawn

Written by David Stellmack

Still no closer to knowing what it is

Developer Respawn Entertainment has registered “TITAN” as a trademark. The paperwork was filed back on April 11th registering it for video and computer games, video game discs, and video game software.

It is anyone’s guess what the registration could mean. Is the game a new game from the company, or is it something else that has to do with the developer or the developer’s technology? No one is talking, and we are no closer to knowing.

If there is any good news about this, it is that we are going to hear something specific from Respawn at E3 in June. It is expected that the developer will announce the first game from the studio.

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