Take-Two Interactive has filed for several trademarks relating to its Mafia series according to a new report.
The report from Segment Next has uncovered the existence of several month-old trademark filings made by Take-Two.
The latest game in the series was released nearly three years ago, but Take-Two filed for three different trademarks on August 2 of this year. These marks as follows:
- MAFIA — A standard character mark
- MAFIA — The original logo in stylized form
- MAFIA II — Mafia II‘s silhouetted logo
Along with these three filings, 12 days later, the publisher also filed for the HANGAR 13 word mark and logo design.
Hangar 13 developed Mafia III and is a division of 2K Games, the publisher behind the title and a label owned by Take-Two.
The original report from Segment Next speculates that these filings could allude to the development of a new entry and/or a remastered version of Mafia II, but Take-Two has not made any announcement related to the existence of either project.