The Order: 1886 trademark filed by Sony

Sony has filed a trademark for video game software called The Order: 1886.

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DeforMAKulizer1731d ago (Edited 1731d ago )

The name screams Santa Monica Studios! Although on Neogaf someone uncovered that SCEE trademarked it before.

So might be a new GG IP! =D

I hope it is a new horror/magic cult game of some sort!


Blaze9291731d ago

lol maybe a new Illuminati game?...


It is clearly a new IP from Guerilla Games:

We may get a glimpse of it at E3. I am almist sure it looks already better than KZ:SF.

Arai1731d ago (Edited 1731d ago )

It's believed to Guerilla Game's new IP for PS4 and here's why....

IP application office used is situated in the Benelux. Basically: Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Guerilla Game is situated in Amsterdam (Netherlands), furthermore it was mentioned in the Digital Dragons clip that got uploaded that they are working on a new IP (which finally confirmed it).

@ Defor:

They had some job opening with the following wording:

“Looking for a Dumbledore amongst FX Artists”
“sage-like leaders”
“FX wizards”
“Like a modern day Daedalus”
“monsters and ensnare the heroes”
“heroic concept artists spoken of in legend”
“little like a god”

So maybe they'll make your day? :P

bicfitness1731d ago

Sounds like a turn of the century, steampunk, Templar sort of deal.


GribbleGrunger1731d ago

Sounds interesting. Where's the source for those quotes?

Sevir1731d ago

GG is hiring, in fact those quotes came up in April 2011 after GG shipped KZ3, And it was then in an interview that Herman Hulst confirmed that The Studio is at work on its new Ip.

LOL_WUT1731d ago

Sounds interesting I wonder what they have come up with

GribbleGrunger1731d ago (Edited 1731d ago )

Cheers, Sevir. Bubble

GiantFriendlyCrab1731d ago

application language nl , seems like Guerilla's new IP.

fOrlOnhOpe571731d ago

Im a big Killzone fan but Im really excited to see what GG will turn its hand to.

Reborn1731d ago

Hopefully, E3 sheds some light on what has started as an interesting year for Sony, and gamers.

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