The trademark for third-person action game Star Wars 1313 was "abandoned" on Dec. 23, 2013, according to the trademark's status with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
According to the site, the trademark was "abandoned because no statement or use of extension request [was] timely filed after notice of allowance was issued."
LucasArts trademarked Star Wars 1313 in 2012 before officially announcing the title at E3 2012. The canceled project starred Boba Fett and would have followed the bounty hunter to Tatooine, Coruscant and more. The game was being developed for PlayStation 3, Windows PC and Xbox 360.
After Disney closed LucasArts, however, representatives confirmed to Polygon that the studio would no longer be handling the game's development. Shortly after, Electronic Arts and Disney announced an exclusive agreement for the rights to develop and publish Star Wars games — an agreement that gave EA "access to everything that was done during the LucasArts era."
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