Square Enix looks to be legally augmenting themselves, if you will. They’ve just filed a new trademark, one that hints the possibility of a new Deus Ex game or other form of media on the horizon.

The image below, provide by Neogaf user “miladesn,” indicated that the trademark was definitely filed by the publisher and was done so today:


All signs point to a sequel or prequel, most likely on next-gen consoles, that retains the thematic style of the most recent game in the series, 2011’s Human Revolution, due to similar use of the word “human” in the title. Then again, miladesn him/herself stated that it’s very possible this pertains to a Wii U port of the title that will sport extra content and such. Or perhaps this is for something else altogether. Nothing is certain now, and although we never asked for this, we’re excited nonetheless.

Could this be the title Eidos was advertising in May last year, which was searching for developers to work on a “well known and respected action/adventure title, with elements of choice and stealth within the gameplay”? The title “intend[ed] to really take advantage of the new platforms coming in the next two years to provide an experience with unparralled realism, depth and consequence for player action and choice.” and required the following staff:

  • Cinematics Director
  • Senior Gameplay Programmer
  • Lead Technical Developer
  • Level Artists
  • Technical Artist
  • Lead Artist
  • Lead Programmer
  • Senior Programmer

Hopefully, we’ll know more soon.

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  1. “I didn’t ask for this…”

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