Star Wars 1313 Trademark Abandonded After Disney Allows It To Expire

Photo courtesy of LucasArts / Kotaku

Photo courtesy of LucasArts / Kotaku

Adrienne Tyler
Staff Writer

Things are looking not so bright for Star Wars 1313 after Disney allowed the trademark to expire.
According to The Escapist, the video-game is classified as “abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued” by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Star Wars 1313, named after level 1313 in the subterranean metropolis beneath the surface of planet Coruscant, was a third-person action-adventure video-game being developed by LucasArts. Compared to other Star Wars games, 1313 would take a more mature direction and emphasize fast-paced, gadget and weapon-based combat using tools exclusive to bounty hunters, like our friend Boba Fett.
It was intended for Playstation 3, Windows PC and Xbox 360.
EA Games could revisit the license; however, the develop of their Battlefield title for 2015 may keep them back from pursuing the project.
Concept art and video footage from Star Wars 1313 has surfaced since its cancellation. Check it out below:

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