Rockstar Parent Company Take-Two Files Trademark Dispute Over Remedy’s Logo

<div>Rockstar Parent Company Take-Two Files Trademark Dispute Over Remedy's Logo</div>

Remedy Entertainment Rockstar Games Trademark Copyright Dispute Lawsuit Claim

Grand Theft Auto V developer Rockstar Games and Alan Wake 2 studio Remedy Entertainment have a history that goes back years, namely due to the two’s work on the Max Payne series. However, the companies are at the center of two trademark disputes filed by Rockstar’s parent company, Take-Two Interactive, as first reported by RespawnFirst. In the disputes, Take-Two takes issue with Remedy’s new logo it unveiled in April of last year, which features a stylized “R,” claiming it’s too similar to Rockstar’s own “R” logo. 

The trademark disputes – here and here – were filed in the United Kingdom, and Take-Two, based in New York, is named as the “opponent” in it. The disputes were filed on May 11, 2023, which is a month after Remedy unveiled its new logo. 

Notably, despite the trademark dispute, Rockstar and Remedy are working together on a remake package of Max Payne 1 and 2. In October of last year, Remedy said the Max Payne 1 & 2 remake, which is a single game, has “progressed into a production readiness stage.”

While waiting to learn more about this trademark conflict, read Game Informer’s review of Alan Wake 2, and then watch the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI, which Rockstar plans to release in 2025. 

[Source: RespawnFirst]

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