Red Dead Redemption 2 Publisher Trademarks “31st Union”

Take-Two Interactive, the publisher behind games like Red Dead Redemption 2, The Outer Worlds, and Civilization 6, has filed a trademark that may give us the name of a future project. The company trademarked “31st Union” for properties related to computer games and associated merchandise.

The trademark, filed on October 2, doesn’t give particular insight regarding what exactly 31st Union could be. And like all trademarks, keep in mind that this doesn’t necessarily mean a project of this name will ever come to fruition. Likely coincidentally, the name is also currently in use by a restaurant in San Mateo, California.

Take-Two operates the Rockstar, 2K, and newly launched Private Division labels. Private Division is the publisher of Outer Worlds, Obsidian’s last independent project before being acquired by Microsoft. In a recent earnings call, T2 said the game has exceeded expectations both commercially and critically.

The company’s other most recent marquee release was the PC port of Red Dead Redemption 2. The console release was GameSpot’s Game of the Year 2018, and we found its PC version a mostly worthy port.

from GameSpot – Game News

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