By Tyler Fischer– November 24, 2018 970's Cold War setting, but up to now. Take-Two Interactive has continued to renew…
970’s Cold War setting, but up to now. Take-Two Interactive has continued to renew the trademark, suggesting it was still cooking away on it. Men tidligere i ugen blev virksomheden abandoned the varemærke med det amerikanske patentkontor og varemærkekontor, basically confirming its ca ncellation.
Up until this week, Take-Two Interactive was able to maintain the trademark over the years because it was able to prove to the USPO that it had intention to use the trademark, but that’s not longer the case. The trademark now reads:
“Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request was filed after Notice of Allowance was issued.”
That said, the time of writing this, a page for the game is still up on Rockstar Games’ website. Of this is because the developer has not had the chance to remove it or because there is still some type of future for Agent is not clear. The former is more likely.
Since the announcement of Agent, Rockstar Games has released, Manhunt 2, Midnight Club: Los Angeles, Beater, Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2, Max Payne 3, L.A. Noire, Grand Theft Auto IV, and Grand Theft Auto V . In other words, it seems like forever ago that Agent was just a thing.
It’s not very surprising that the game has seemingly been canceled. This has seemed the case for awhile ever since Rockstar Games mysteriously stopped talking about it. And with how BIG Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption are now, we may not see Rockstar Games release any game beyond these two series for awhile. And if it does dabble outside of these two properties, it seems most likely to return to Bully not a game almost nobody even remembers.