Rumor: 20th century Fox filed the trademark "Alien: Blackout", alien's new shooter at The Game Awards
In January this year, 20th century Fox 's video game department "FoxNext Games" acquired California developer "Cold Iron Studios" and it was reported that it was working on an online shooter of "alien" universe, 20th century Fox filed a trademark for "Alien: Blackout" to the US Patent and Trademark Office (* Service Mark and Trademark ) and the European Union Intellectual Property Office . Furthermore, it is attracting attention as it will be announced at the end of the year 's big event "The Game Awards 2018" broadcast on December 6.
All trademarks filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office and the European Union Intellectual Property Office refer to video games, and the application is USPTO November 15, 2018 and EUIPO is November 22, 2018 Regarding the matter of TGA, the official Twitter of TGA suddenly reply "World will change!" When Kojima reported the visit of 20th Century Fox the other day, Geoff Keighley says "W" We emphasized TGA's announcement that emphasized that "W" is considered to be referring to Wayland Utani.
Aside from saying, "Cold Iron Studios" acquired by FoxNext Games is a studio established by the developers of former Cryptic Studios who gave birth to Neverwinter and City of Heroes in 2015. In addition to Cryptic works, "Cold Iron Studios" is a "Metroid Prime 3 Collision" And "BioShock Infinite", "DOOM", "Borderlands" were engaged in veteran enrollment was reported.
World will change!
World will change!— The Game Awards (@thegameawards) November 20, 2018