Looks like we may be hearing about a new Star Wars game in the near future, as a trademark filed for "Star Wars 1313" and various domain registrations suggest. Lucasfilm is definitely up to something.
When the "Star Wars 1313" trademark was first spotted, rumors pegged the project as a possible movie or TV show, which makes sense considering this is Lucasfilm's doing. However, the trademark filing from May 1 was later dug up, and everything in the text suggests a video game.
Interactive entertainment software and accompanying instruction manuals sold as a unit, namely, computer game software and manals sold as a unit, video game software and manuals sold as a unit; video game software, computer game software, and pre-recorded compact discs and DVDs featuring games, films, animation, music, computer game software, and video game software; downloadable video game software and downloadable computer game software; computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones.
The filing also happens to mirror the trademark made for The Force Unleashed back in 2006, which turned into a game series, as we all know by now.
The list of domain registrations covers various iterations of the "Star Wars 1313" title, including abbreviations. Here's the list:
It's been noted that the number 1313 doesn't have a whole lot of significance in the Star Wars universe, except as Boba Fett's alias while masquerading as a soldier from the Clone Wars. Color us intrigued.