Bungie trademarks 'Be Brave' and 'Destiny' - destructoid

Bungie trademarks 'Be Brave' and 'Destiny'

9:40 AM on 08.10.2011

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


Former Halo series developer Bungie is knees deep into its next project, a mysterious Activision-published title. Leaving Master Chief to the capable hands of 343 Industries and Microsoft, Bungie's moving into new, unknown territory.

As we wait for solid details from the developer, we'll settle for the scraps. Bungie's recently trademarked "Be Brave" and "Destiny." You know what that means, don't you? No, really… do you know what it all means? Because I've got nothing here.

The folks at Misriah Studios have torn apart Bungie's recent vid doc, and come up with all sorts of stuff. Their attention to detail is obscene, but worth a read if you're hungry for any bits and pieces about Bungie's next big thing.

'Destiny' and 'Be Brave' trademarks officially in Bungie's hands [Joystiq]




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