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Company News inXile have trademarked "Wasteland: Frost Point"


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Looks like inXile are up to something again. Our trademark watcher Jedi Master Radek has spotted a new mystery trademark for something called Wasteland: Frost Point. Take a look:


Could this be a renaming or some sort of expansion for Wasteland 3? I'd say it's more likely to be related to the open world VR survival RPG that inXile are supposed to have started working on after landing an investment from the Japanese firm Gumi last July, but we'll see. I wonder if this has something to do with why there's been zero Wasteland 3 news since October.


May 25, 2006
after landing an investment from the Japanese firm Gumi last July

What? Gumi is used in Japanese when referring to Yakuza :)
Sadly, The "gumi" found is many Yakuza group names simply means "union", "association" or "guild" It's mostly used in relation to organized labor in modern Japanese. It would also be written "kumi" if used as a standalone word, so this publisher named "gumi" gets their name from something else most likely.

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