According to the US Patent and Trademark Office Ubisoft has once again filed to trademark the title Killing Day. For those unfamiliar with Killing Day, and rightfully so I might add, the game was announced during E3 in 2005 as graphically impressive FPS with dual-wielding (it was a big deal back then, okay). Since then, the game was likely scrapped, but perhaps with his new trademark it shall rise from its grave.
This will be the second time that Ubisoft has reclaimed the stagnating trademark. The first time was in 2009, so this update comes right in its four year schedule. Is Ubisoft planning to announcing a Killing Day release in coming months? Or is Ubisoft just protecting a title they think is really rad, that they don't want anyone else to have.
Killing Day was originally planned for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, though if the game has truly been resurrected I'd expect it'd be a next-gen title. Hopefully it keep the dual-wielding, too, because that's exactly what next-gen needs. Check out the pre-rendered, but made to look as if it's actual gameplay trailer below (sorry for the IGN watermark, it's all I could find).