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Ubisoft registers trademark for Killing Days

A new trademark application from Ubisoft suggests that it game it was working on seven years ago may still be on the way.

The filing, spotted by PSLS, was for a game known as Killing Day and was registered on January 4, 2013. Killing Day was originally revealed during Sony's E3 2005 press conference as part of the PlayStation 3 announcement, although it was later confirmed for release on Xbox 360.

Ubisoft also registered the Killing Day trademark in May 2009, so there is a chance nothing may come of this.

Edited On 14 Jan, 2013

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0000000000 4 years ago
announced 7 years ago and this is all the info we get... shocking
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James26 4 years ago
New IP = Win. Enjoyed a fair few new IP releases in 2012, here's hoping 2013 can follow up nicely!
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Brett 4 years ago
im calling it now a gangster sort of game
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Pyroloveridge 4 years ago
Ubisoft are one of the better companys out there, not perfect but Uplay is a nice touch wasnt this another Zombie game though?
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I agree, Ubisoft are putting out some good stuff and Uplay goes a little way to adding achievements/trophies to Wii U games.
Masterchocobill 4 years ago
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iMerle iDixon 4 years ago
Noting I can say really, apart from, I hope something comes out if this, and I hope it isn't rubbish.
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PrometheusFan 4 years ago
No surprise to see Ubisoft going big on new IPs heading into next gen. They'll be hoping for another Assassin's Creed level success story early on no doubt.
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Laurence 4 years ago
I know its a 2005 trailer, but looking interesting (although I feel that all the ideas shown here have already been in many other games...)
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Robichoico 4 years ago
To be released in 2020 alongside Last Guardian and Half Life 3.

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