Well, not anymore.
Doesn't mean they can't actually use it, rite?
On the topic of trademark trawling, Zenimax - the parent company of Bethesda, id, etc. - filed a trademark for:
...at the end of last month.
You can't be real if you think an internal code name of an unannounced game is creating confusion in the market place of a title that also is not even announced yet.
I mean, even if Titan is a code name, why would you want to confuse the consumer?
Can't tell if they're just trolling or making a huge mistake
you're right. that also wouldn't cause confusion in the marketplace. hardly anyone knows what the codename of the next xbox is, and we all know it isn't what the final console will be named.
What if Sony announced the ps4 to be the Durango. Same thing.
if blizzard were thinking of calling their game Titan, they'd have already trademarked it.
afte all the rumble we've heard about the guys at Spawn, they better show (me) they are talented and driven individuals. (still, the Bungie leaks were made possbile thanks to them, so I guess I'll give them that already).
You're probably right, but I'll still take it over military shit. I'm fine with one or two military shooters a year, but after that it's just so boring and done to death.
Futuristic Halo-like shooter with space marines fighting an ancient alien race we woke up drilling around Saturn's biggest moon Titan. Calling it.
This. Also, ask anyone remotely interested in video games about Titan, they'll think you're talking about Blizzard. Even if it's just the code name, it's propably the most talked about and well known project code around, along with Durango and Orbis.
It is, but it's a pretty good troll by Respawn on Activision.