Could long overdue PlayStation 3 exclusive Agent make a re-appearance at E3 2016 next week? We seem to write the same article annually, but eagle eyed NeoGAF users have noticed that there's been some movement on the Rockstar North developed espionage adventure's trademark page. Essentially, the company has applied for an extension to its application.
Does this mean that the title's about to make a comeback? Not really, because the exact same thing has been happening every year since the outing was announced. For those of you who aren't entirely sure what this is, it's a counter-intelligence action game set during the Cold War. It was announced for the PS3 all the way back in 2009 during Sony's E3 presser.
It's believed that the Japanese giant managed to secure exclusivity on the title because it had previously invested in L.A. Noire, which was directed by ex-London Studio employee Brendan McNamara. If this game ever does make a reappearance, it's unlikely that it will be exclusive, however, as one would assume that Sony and Rockstar settled up a long time ago.