Bungie Aerospace, a division of the developer we’ve known about for some time now, is yet to offer up any real game-related content, just t-shirts.
However that looks to change with the company’s recent trademark filing for something called “Crimson”. The filing describes this as “computer game software downloadable from a global computer network”, along with “Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones,” and “Downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices.”
That still leaves us in the dark about their next project with Activision, then, but it does shed some light on Joseph Staten’s comments about a persistent online world, made at GDC Online last year.
But with no Bungie at E3, we’re (still) far off from learning about what they’re working on.