Dead World trademark filed by Techland
- Posted November 3rd, 2011 at 10:25 EDT by Matt Raspe
- 5 Comments
Dead Island developer Techland has filed a trademark on the name of Dead World, following the high number of sales that the open-world zombie apocalypse sim brought in.
Speaking with EuroGamer, a spokesperson for Techland has said the firm is "not going to comment on [the trademark filing] at this time."
What do you think guys? Is Techland gearing up for a sequel to Dead Island? Let us know in the comments below.
- 7:30am EDT - November 3rd, 2011
Wonder if they can make it playable this time?
Dead Island was close to near unplayable.
- 9:05am EDT - November 3rd, 2011
If they were smart, they would make a online type game like walking dead and have 24 players helping each other out in a zombie filled city. I'd buy it day 1. But, they should def make the invite and join system a lot smoother.
- 11:19am EDT - November 3rd, 2011
I would have liked this game a lot (almost pre ordered a LE edition), as it seemed fun like Borderlands (4 character classes, each with a skill tree, lots of different weapons), so I was ready to destroy zombies, but then I read it played like a survival horror, with high difficulty regaining health and weapons that break easily, so I didn't buy it
- 2:46pm EDT - November 3rd, 2011
i hope they do cos Dead island was one of the games of the year for me i loved it and had no problems at all with it
- 12:25am EDT - November 5th, 2011
I really enjoyed Dead Island but the bugs really... "Bugged" me, the autosave made me lose ALOT of progress numerous times till I just got sick of it and traded the game back to gamestop.. I had a lot of fun on the game and the online feature with friends was awesome!! If they can work out the kinks and add more multiplayer modes and features, I will definitely be buying the next installment.
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