Developer Bungie has filed a trademark for ‘Bungiecon’ which looks to be affiliated with Destiny 2, (via GamesRadar.) If you see the Bungiecon term and assume it’s going to be a convention of some kind, closer examination of the trademark could make you think twice.
It’s not at all clear what Bungiecon will turn out to be. The trademark was actually filed back in June 2020 and upon further inspection, looks to cover a swathe of goods and services including jewelry, posters, graphic novels, comic books and yes, even Halloween costumes.
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