“Wolf” studio and “Game of Thrones” authors create a new game for a reason can not be disclosed
From Software studios that have produced works such as the “Dark Soul” series, “Blood Source Curse” and “Wolf: Shadows of Double Death” have always been known for challenging design challenges, and whenever a new work is launched , Can play a new pattern in the operation design. At the 2019 Microsoft E3 media conference, they also officially released a new masterpiece, “Elden Ring”, created in collaboration with the original author of “Game of Thrones” George RR Martin. “Wolf” studio and “Game of Thrones” authors create a new game for a reason can not be disclosed
However, after the official official disclosure of the first promotional film and name of “Elden Ring”, any follow-up information is almost rumors or outflows from all parties, etc. As for From Software studio officials, this is highly anticipated The new work is still kept secret to home. According to the latest report of foreign media, “Elden Ring” marketing propaganda will be so rare so far. The reason behind it is actually related to legal issues, not some kind of bottleneck encountered in the development of this book.
After the work was officially revealed at the E3 exhibition, the publisher Bandai Namco also officially registered the trademark of “Elden Ring” with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on June 18, 2019. This is for any game company. It is almost a basic procedure that must be followed. However, the USPTO rejected the trademark application in February this year. Since it is still unclear why the “Elden Ring” was dismissed, many players have speculated whether the name is in a dilemma with an existing IP. This also led to the temporary suspension of all publicity plans for “Elden Ring”.
After that, the issuer did not waste any time and tried to reapply again in March of this year, and officially released it on April 14. During the following period, any comments on the content of the trademark in the registration All three parties can raise an objection within one month after the announcement. Since it has officially entered into June, relevant news also pointed out that no third party has raised objections to the trademark during this period. Although this does mean that “Elden Ring” is indeed a step forward, it is a pity that Bandai Nanmeng Palace has to wait for 11 weeks before it can be approved by the USPTO. “Wolf” studio and “Game of Thrones” authors create a new game for a reason can not be disclosed.