Jade Empire Trademark Was Just Filed by EA - What Does It Mean?


Developed by BioWare and published by Microsoft Game Studios, Jade Empire originally launched as an Xbox exclusive, but in 2007 was ported to the PC, the platform where BioWare's RPGs had found the most success. The game was released on Android and iOS in 2016. In Jade Empire, players controlled a character called a "Spirit Monk" who could learn various martial arts styles and techniques as the story progressed. The Spirit Monk could battle opponents using hand-to-hand fighting styles, or by utilizing various weapons from Chinese culture and magic. ADVERTISING Related: Anthem's Awkward Release Schedule Is Hurting The Game It's been reported that EA (hat tip Destructoid), who acquired BioWare in 2007, has filed a trademark for Jade Empire, though it's not yet clear why. The trademark could mean that EA is either planning a sequel or a remastered edition. As a fan-favorite BioWare RPG, there's been plenty of demand for Jade Empire to make a comeback, so a remastered or enhanced edition would certainly make sense, particularly when considering the huge success that other remastered titles have received in recent years, including Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, and more.

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