A game company has filed for an intellectual property license for “Strateford,” an action RPG based on the classic video game “Strategy” series.
The license application filed with the Patent and Trademark Office on Friday was filed by Activision Blizzard.
“Strategies,” the game series that has spawned two video games, was released in 1995.
The game, “Strataford” was developed by the team at “Strato Games,” a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard and the developer of “Battlefield 1,” the most popular video game of the last two years.
Activision Blizzard, the parent company of “Strati” games, said that “Strategic Studies” has been in development since 2008 and that it is an “action RPG” set in a futuristic world.
“We are very pleased to welcome Stratford’s development to the Activision Blizzard family,” the company said in a statement.
“The game has already been played over 10 million times in the global market and has been translated into multiple languages.
It has already created a strong following of players around the world, and we expect that the game will be a tremendous success in the market.”
“Stratusford” has attracted the interest of game developers because of its futuristic setting, “stratigo” which translates as “spaceship.”
It has also been criticized by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which called the game “highly offensive and insulting to both Muslims and Jews.”
Activision Blizzard said that it “is looking forward to collaborating with the Stratford team to deliver this game on its own terms.”
“We’re thrilled to work with Activision Blizzard to develop Stratford and bring this game to life on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4,” said Matt Smith, the game’s director.
The developers of “Frog-Man and The Pirates of Time,” the popular “Stratica” game, also filed for a “strategy” license.
The company said that its “Fluid” and “Frogger” titles are also under development.
“Frosty the Snowman” was also a success, but the game company said it is “currently looking into ways to further develop its upcoming Frozen franchise.”
The game “Chameleon” also was a success but the company says that it has “not yet secured a strategy license.”
Activision said that the “Frozen” series is one of the most well-known video games in the world and that “Futurama” was a hit in the 1980s and 1990s.
The games have spawned sequels, a TV series, a movie, and an animated movie.
Activision said it would be interested in licensing “Strats” in the future.
Activision also said that while “Strates” is a game in development, it does not expect to release the game until at least 2020.