Sony Registers New LittleBigPlanet Trademark

Media Molecule has been hiding away in the shadows after their work on Tearaway and it could be that they have been working on a new LittleBigPlanet game.

DualShockers reports that Sony Computer Entertainment filed for the registration of two trademarks for the acronym LBP in the UK.

The first one speaks of a “game service provided as means of the internet,” which could very well match LittleBigPlanet Hub, the free-to-play title scheduled for release on the PS3 sometime this year. It will allow players to create their own levels, achievements, challenges; which can then be taken on by other participating players of the community. Players can also edit existing levels from both LittleBigPlanet and LittleBigPlanet 2.

The second filing on the other hand speaks of a title that falls under “computer game software” and physical goods; where the latter is described as: “Toys, games and playthings; bags and cases adapted or shaped-to contain handheld electronic game devices and computer game peripherals and accessories.”

While Sony could be aiming for a LittleBigPlanet game for the PlayStation 4. It seems more like it’s a title for the Vita, being released in a bundle. It could also be across all Sony platforms and feature cross-play and cross-buy.

Sony has yet to officially comment on any new LBP project.