Disney Lets Star Wars 1313 Trademark Lapse

If you’re still holding onto the thought that Disney will change their minds about Star Wars 1313 don’t hold your breath. Today we’re finding out that Disney is letting the Star Wars 1313 trademark to lapse meaning they are not picking up the trademark anymore. Not much was known about the video game but it’s clear that we’re never going to fully play out the Star Wars 1313 video game but perhaps we’ll receive something new and exciting that Disney will give the stamp of approval.

We first heard about Star Wars 1313 back in E3 2012 with a few demos of gameplay and nothing more than that. A year later and Disney officially purchases LucasArts from George Lucas for a whopping $4.05 billion. With the new acquisition of LucasArts, Disney shuts down a few trademarks under the Star Wars name including Star Wars 1313. While fans of the Star Wars series and hopeful gamers were looking to play the title they once saw it E3 it’s officially not happening.

Disney has let the Star Wars 1313 trademark to lapse with the official title being “no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued.” Since the announcement of Star Wars 1313 we learned that the main protagonist of the title was the infamous bounty hunter, Boba Fett. Now the creative director, Dominic Robiliard has since joined Sony Computer Entertainment America as a design director for an untitled project.