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Sony Trademarks Unannounced “Bloodborne”

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Posted May 1, 2014 by Kat in News
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SCEA (Sony Computer Entertainment America) has filed a trademark application for a new game titled “Bloodborne”.  Filed with the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) on April 24, this is the first information that’s been put out there regarding a new game or IP bearing that title.  This particular trademark that was filed covers “Computer game software; Downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; Video game software.”  However, at present, that’s all currently known about this title, including whether or not it’s even in development.

“Bloodborne” is just one of multiple game titles that Sony has been registering a trademark with in the weeks leading up to E3.  Earlier this month saw the logging of games called “Kill Strain” and “Entwined”.  Obviously, Sony’s unlikely to reveal much information about any of these games at this point, given the likelihood that more than one will see official announcement with further information at E3 in June.  But it’s worth anticipating all the same, as the prospect of new IPs on any Sony system is something to get excited about.

We’re now only about 6 weeks away from E3, which is taking place June 10-12 is Los Angeles.  Sony will hold its press conference on Monday before the show begins.

Source: GameSpot

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