Take-Two teased a stealth spy recreation referred to as Agent way back to 2007, however after a number of delays and solely the faintest trace of updates over the past decade it appeared the undertaking was useless. Now a trademark replace appears to verify that Agent has been completely taken out of the sphere.
A status update to the trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office marks the trademark as deserted as of November 19, 2018. The standing area states plainly, “Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued.”
So after being alerted to the expiration, Take-Two selected to quietly let it go. That’s as sturdy a sign as we have seen that the sport is actually gone. However, it is also that Take-Two is planning to rebrand with a unique identify, or implement a few of its stealth-spy mechanics elsewhere. Based on the lengthy interval of silence we have had, it is seemingly the undertaking is just not in energetic manufacturing.
Agent was initially introduced as a PlayStation 3 exclusive, and the corporate was grooming it to be its next Grand Theft Auto. This was earlier than Red Dead Redemption launched in 2010 and have become Take-Two’s different top-tier open world franchise. The firm renewed the trademark in 2013 and once more in 2014, and we even received a fresh look at it in 2015. Since then, although, it had gone so quiet that we assumed we’ll never play it.