Sony Interactive Leisure has refiled a trademark software for Prepared at Daybreak’s The Order 1886, fueling every kind of speculations on-line, however it most likely doesn’t imply something.
First noticed by Gematsu, the recent software was filed on December ninth, however as identified by Twitter consumer JakeAGame within the replies, the unique trademark expired on the third of December, so we’re assuming Sony is just hanging on to the title slightly bit longer.
One can argue that Sony has one thing deliberate for The Order 1886 and therefore it selected to not abandon the trademark, however once more, firms typically hold on to dormant properties so as a lot as I personally need a sequel (fingers crossed), it doesn’t seem like something is going on. Not anytime quickly, anyway.
The Order 1886 was one in all PlayStation 4’s highly-anticipated (then) “next-gen” releases, however the sport’s size in addition to its story have been closely criticized. Many noticed it as a tech demo of types. Nonetheless, The Order 1886 garnered a cult following and followers proceed to ask and hope for a sequel.
Whether or not we get a sequel or not stays to be seen, however it’s unlikely it’ll come from Prepared at Daybreak because the developer was acquired by Fb for VR improvement again in 2020.[Source: WIPO via Gematsu]