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We need psychic powers to figure out Crytek's Warface trademark


7:05 AM on 03.04.2009
We need psychic powers to figure out Crytek's Warface trademark photo



Last week, Crytek filed a trademark registration for “Warface.” They also filed this image of an eye. While the connection of an eye to a face is clear, I'm unsure how “war” fits into the trademark puzzle. I have two ideas: (1) All the soldiers in Warface are cyclopean thugs. Or (2) the game revolves around a futuristic gypsy army with advanced knowledge of battle conditions made possible through psychic powers.

It’ll be forever before we know for sure, but there’s a chance that Warface is Cytek’s console title. The recent addition of Free Radical (Crytek UK) certainly gives them the experience and possibly the motivation to finally pull out of the PC market.

Trademark registrations are slippery things. What do you guys think Warface is?

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