Disney deserted the Star Wars 1313 trademark, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s website.
The trademark was “Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued.”
Star Wars 1313, first revealed at E3 2012, was a third-person action adventure title intended for next-gen consoles. The game was ultimately canceled after Disney shut down LucasArts in April 2013, just a few months after purchasing the rights to LucasFilm and Star Wars from George Lucas for $4.05 billion.
Details about the game surfaced last fall when a source showed IGN a 15 minute demo that would have debuted at E3 2013. For starters, a young Boba Fett was to take center stage in 1313, replacing the placeholder in the videos shown at E3 2012, and the game would have begun with Fett working for Jabba the Hutt.
GameSpot recently reported that Sony Computer Entertainment America hired 1313’s former creative director, Dominic Robillard as design director for an unknown project.