Epic files patent for Nano.Strike game title and console faceplate

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 2 May 2009 17:01 GMT

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Epic applied for a game patent last week titled Nano.Strike, along with a patent for a console faceplate.

No details are give in the applications, although GameGuru suggests that this could be the psychological horror game Cliff Bleszinski was rumored to be working on back in November of last year.

Also mentioned was the undisclosed title that Painkiller developers People Can Fly are working on, which as you all know, the firm had a majority stake purchased in it by Epic back in 2007.

So it could be either one or something entirely new.

We’ve contacted Epic for comment, so be sure and check back with us.

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