Lords of the Fallen Developer Files Trademarks for Sequel and Other Games

CI Games, the developer behind the recently released action RPG Lords of The Fallen, has hinted at four new projects currently in development. Details surrounding these titles emerged from a combination of company presentations, trademark filings, job listings, and LinkedIn profiles. One Twitter user put them all together after a trademark for what appears to be a sequel to Lords of the Fallen was filed.

After a trademark was filed for “Death of the Fallen,” a Twitter user known for their research in the games Industry claimed this was a sequel to Lords of The Fallen. Not only that, but they claimed it has a 2026 release and that more games are coming.

The tweet speaks on three potential games and their details, the first being Island: Gate to Gehenna. It is a new open-world survival horror IP slated for launch in 2025. Developed by Underdog Studio, the game promises a chilling blend of environmental challenges and unique mechanics set within a nightmarish landscape. Unreal Engine 5 should power the visuals, and it should come to PC and current generation consoles.

While details remain scarce, the tweet claims the next entry in the long-running Sniper Ghost Warrior series is in development at Underdog Studio with support from an external partner. Unreal Engine 5, again, should provide the visuals, and the game should focus on the franchise’s sniping gameplay.

Rounding out the lineup is Project Scorpio, which is supposed to be a brand-new multiplayer PvE tactical FPS from Underdog Studio. It is built on Unreal Engine 5, and the game supposedly aims to deliver a premium experience with potential for post-launch content and live ops support. This would include in-game purchases, expansions, and events.

Although official announcements are still pending, this comes from little bits revealed here and there. It’s an interesting way to get a new leak since most people rely on one or two things, not using what has been given and putting pieces together. We’ll have to see if there’s truth, but I like this way of working.