Activision Trademarks ‘The Blast Furnace’ Ahead Of Call Of Duty Reveal
Could ‘The Blast Furnace’ have something to do with the next Call of Duty game? It seems feasible, with Activision trademarking the term at the weekend in the US.
The publisher may have also nabbed the domain theblastfurnace.com, with Fusible noticing the Whois records showing it’s been registered by brand protection firm MarkMonitor, used previously by Activision.
The Blast Furnace could be a Call of Duty service, a suffix or DLC, but it could also be a new game or IP in its own right, with Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk studio Neversoft still working on a new ‘AAA’ FPS fot Activision.
If it is Call of Duty-related we might find out next week when Black Ops 2 is expected to be offiicially revealed on 1 May.
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