Valve applied for registration of a new game brand and the Internet doesn't know what to think

Valve applied for registration of a new game brand and the Internet doesn't know what to think

Reddit, under the alias Itsairnd, noted that on October 10, a publisher and developer of Valve applied to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for registration of a new trademark.

The trademark is called Neon Prime and is classified as .

In other words, Neon Prime is in one way or another linked to video games and video games software, and there are rumors on the Internet that it's a new game or even a Valve game series.

Users are already active in the theory of what's hidden behind Neon Prime's sign: the new CS:GO, the Half-Life card, and Artifact's second reboot.

The IGN portal notes that registration of the trademark does not necessarily mean long waiting for the product: The Quarry's trademark did not appear until February, and as early as June, the game saw light.

Just in August, a product designer and a Valve communications specialist, Greg Kumer, announced that the studio was developing several games in which they were involved.

In March 2020, the company released the Half-Life VR blockbuster: Alyx.