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Far Cry, Watch Dogs, Just Dance Trademarked for TV, Movies

We know that people don’t feel the same way about Watch Dogs as the feel about Assassin’s Creed or even Far Cry; but what if a TV series could change your perception?

All three of these game series (single game in case of Watch Dogs – so far) are highly popular Ubisoft titles and anyone who has played them would agree that they would do great if converted into a live action TV series or a movie.

We are about to find that out first hand in the case of Assassin’s Creed, but what if more were coming?

Don’t say I am heightening your hopes for no reason! Even I didn’t think about the majority of them like that until Ubisoft brought me to it.

In the recent weeks, they have been registering some peculiar trademarks in relation to Far Cry, Watchdogs and Just Dance.

They are not your random trademarks, mind you; in fact, they have been ordained for other services with regards to the franchises like TV programs, motion pictures, competitions, tournaments and others things on those lines.

The complete description of the trademarks for each one of those is pretty lengthy but the same, so we will just let you sift through it:

Entertainment services, namely, continuing television programs and interactive television programs featuring comedy, drama, live-action, and animation, broadcast over television, satellite, audio, and video media; presentation of live stage show performances, presentation of live show performances by costumed characters, and presentation of live theatrical performances; production and distribution of motion pictures; arranging of contests; providing amusement park and theme park services; organizing, conducting and operating video game competitions and tournaments; providing entertainment and amusement center services, namely, interactive play areas; organization of exhibitions for cultural or educational purposes; on-line publications, namely, on-line magazines featuring information, news and commentary in the field of video games.

That is not it, they have also registered another trademark for Assassin’s Creed that makes no mention of anything related to TV. Which means that they might be focusing on Watch Dogs and Far Cry to cover that area while the Assassin’s Creed movie tries to impress the big screen fans.

Could it be?