Sony Europe trademarks Infraworld

Quantic Dream's latest game?

Quantic Dream’s been awfully silent since the release of last year’s Heavy Rain. If you’re wondering what they’ve been up to, this might be it.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe recently trademarked the term “Infraworld,” a title which was believed to be cancelled, but showed up on a Quantic employee’s resume back in March.

Infraworld was originally an announced project for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. It never made it to retail, being canned in 2006. In Heavy Rain, an Infraworld poster can be seen at the video games shop during the mall scene with Jason (right), which has lead many to believe the title’s back on.

The PlayStation manufacturer filed for the Infraworld trademark in May, and was granted its ownership in early July. View it here.

In April, Quantic boss David Cage said that he was in discussion with Sony regarding the reveal of their next project at E3, which passed in June. Perhaps Gamescom will play host to the big announcement?

Thanks, SystemLink.

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