Sentinel Trademark Filed By Sony, New IP?

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Sentinel trademark filed by Sony Computer Entertainment in Europe. It was filed on April 26 with European Union Intellectual property office under class 9 for video game and computer software, the trademark was also filed under section 14 for internet related electronic games.

Sony has not announced anything relating to Sentinel trademark and it is believed to be a new first party game title from the company, which makes sense since E3 is almost a month away and Sony might be preparing its game line up to show at the event.

Sony exec Shuhei Yoshida previously said that PlayStation 4 owners can expect an underrepresented rush of new games this year. Sentinel could be a new IP for PlayStation 4

New IPs aren’t the only ones in development, last week a new rumor emerged that Sony is working on a untitled Spiderman game for PlayStation 4.

What do you think of this new Sentinel trademark? Let us know in the comments.

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