Sony Registers New Trademark for PlayStation Experience (PSX) Event

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Sony Interactive Entertainment skipped the E3 festivities this year, but the gaming giant may be reviving one of its past annual events to showcase its next generation of PlayStation games and hardware. This is according to a filing spotted on the official USPTO site, which confirms that Sony has registered a new trademark for PlayStation Experience (PSX). The timing of the filing adds credibility to a recent rumor that claimed Sony was prepping a big event for the end of June involving Guerrilla Games, Capcom, EA, and other big studios. The launch date of Horizon Forbidden West (November 30, 2021), a new remake project from Square Enix and Bluepoint Games, and the PlayStation VR 2 will also supposedly be unveiled during this event.

Arranging, organizing, and conducting exhibitions and conferences in the fields of entertainment and video games for non-business purposes and non-commercial purposes; Arranging and organizing online shows featuring video game playing and news; Entertainment services, namely, live performances featuring video game playing and news; Educational services, namely, conducting conferences, meeting, and networking events for professionals and consumers in the field of gaming; Entertainment services in the nature of providing news and information on current events and gaming via the internet, websites, podcasts, webcasts, webisodes, blogs, and videos

Sources: USPTO, r/GamingLeaksAndRumors

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