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Bungie trademarked Eververse Trading Co.

Kifimbo

Member
They are actually three different trademarks, likely for the same thing:

Eververse Trading Co.
Eververse
EV

The last one has a logo.



Finally, the description for the three trademarks are quite similar and includes a lot of possible products, including games.

interactive game software; video game software; audio books in the nature of novels, comic books, graphic novels, reference guides and instruction guides; digital books in the nature of novels, comic books, graphic novels, reference guides and instruction guides

posters; calendars; trading cards; books, namely, novels, graphic novels, comic books, reference guides and instruction guides

costumes; Halloween costumes and masks sold in connection therewith; costumes for use in role-playing games; apparel, namely, shirts, sweatshirts, pants, shorts, jackets, footwear, hats and caps

toys, namely, action figures and related accessories; toys, namely, model hobby craft kits for constructing toy model landscapes, scenery, and action figures; playing cards and card games; trading card games; board games

providing online retail services in the field of video games, interactive game software and in-game items for use in playing video games and interactive software games; providing online retail services in the field of audio books and print books, apparel, art, posters, calendars, costumes, toys and games, houseware, television and film programming, soundtracks and pre-recorded music

entertainment services, namely, the provision of television programs, movies and segments broadcast over television, in movie theatres and via optical and electronic communications networks and wireless communications networks; entertainment services namely, providing websites featuring information in the field of computer games, science fiction, games and entertainment; entertainment services, namely, conducting contests and fan club services...
 

Duraigo

Member
Bungie Presents:​

DESTINY: THE GAME
Based off of: DESTINY The Movie which was based off of DESTINY: The Novel, which was based off of DESTINY: The Mini-series, which was based off of Destiny: TCG, which was based off of DESTINY: The (board)Game
 

blamite

Member
For some reason this makes me think of a process for moving characters and gear from Destiny 1 to Destiny 2. Like, trading/shipping gear to yourself in another universe, or something.
 
I dig that name, but it doesn't sound like something that would fit in the Destiny IP.

If it's a new IP, I'm not entirely sure I'll be able to remain as forgiving of Destiny's lack of content.
 

BokehKing

Banned
Maybe we will hear more at e3, where I expect them to tease "The Taken King"

I was hoping maybe we would get some books to read to fill in story. Destiny is not the type of game you play for a rich campaign
 

pizzacat

Banned
Maybe we will hear more at e3, where I expect them to tease "The Taken King"

I was hoping maybe we would get some books to read to fill in story. Destiny is not the type of game you play for a rich campaign
But it's all there, free, on the app.


It's interesting reading on past guardians but I rather see it
 

Pandy

Member
What's the likelyhood that Bungie could actually have a full second project in development besides the Destiny 10-year plan?
Eververse certainly does have an MMO ring to it.

Alternatively, Plan B for a reskinned-Destiny relaunch if Destiny 2 bombs?
 
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