As revealed on attackofthefanboy.com, Halo-makers Bungie Studios have trademarked something. The studio has registered it with United States Patent and Trademark Office and it may not be a new game at all.

Bungie Aeorospace, and the logo embedded below, is the registered activity in question, but just what the heck is it?

The logo.

Halo: Reach, being the final Bungie produced Halo title, leads us to believe it’s either the studio’s next project, a game engine that 343 Industries (the team taking the Halo reins) can use for a future game, or something entirely different.

“Aerospace” is extremely vaguely listed as merely something to do with video games, leaving many doors and options open. It’s listed under the following:

“Computer game software downloadable from a global computer network; Computer game software for personal computers and home video game consoles; Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones; Computer software, namely, game engine software for video game development and operation; Interactive game software; Video game software”

Any guesses as to what Aerospace is? Or, what do you want it to be?

Source: IGN

Official trademark listing

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2 Responses

  1. Mmmmm

    I think it is possibly a new gsme engine for the new non-halo game they are meant to be working on.

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