With any beloved movie series comes the many video games made to throw fans directly into the world portrayed in them. With fantastical settings and ideas such as those present in Aliens and Jurassic Park, there are many ideas available that could spark the idea for a game or two for gamers to enjoy. Jurassic Park, in particular, has seen tons of video game titles across the years, and it seems like fans may have a new mobile game to look forward to soon if a trademark filing is to be believed.
With the advent of mobile games, plenty of companies have tried to create accessible experiences for players on the go, like MiHoYo's wildly popular open world title Genshin Impact, as well as newer games with Pokemon Unite. Jurassic Park already has two active mobile games at the moment with Jurassic World: The Game and Jurassic World Alive.
A new trademark filed by Universal City Studios has been found on Trademarkia for "Jurassic World Primal Ops" with a lengthy description that gives away a few things, but not too much. The description describes what the trademark is for as "downloadable interactive multi-media software for playing games," mentioning computers, wired and wireless communication devices, and video game consoles.
What's leading fans and theorists who visit the page for the trademark to believe it's for a mobile title is that the keywords for the trademark only mention mobile devices and computers. Some have speculated that through the description for the game, this may be another AR title like Jurassic World Alive, making players wonder how well it'll do with two of them on the market.
Some fans are disappointed at the fact that there seems to be yet another Jurassic Park mobile title coming, but nothing is confirmed just yet. The trademark may be filed, but it needs to be taken with a grain of salt until an official announcement is revealed, as plans can still change with this "Primal Ops" project during development. It's hard to even say the project could be only mobile just yet, as the description mentions consoles, and even the keywords mention computers.
Mobile titles having a PC version isn't something new, as games like Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, among others, have a PC port. There is still a high chance of it being a mobile title, but there may be other ways for fans to play it than just that. Some fans have speculated that if this game isn't only mobile-bound, it may be announced at the next State of Play, but for now, the only thing players can take with this game is speculation as they wait for more Jurassic Park news.