Title of first game from independent studio founded by Call of Duty veterans potentially revealed.

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The name of Respawn Entertainment’s first game may have been revealed. The southern California developer recently filed a trademark application with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) for “Titan” (via All Games Beta).

The mark–filed April 11–covers “video and computer game programs; video game discs; video game software.” A representative from Respawn Entertainment was not immediately available to comment.

Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella created Respawn Entertainment in 2010 after Activision fired them, claiming insubordination. The studio’s first game will be published by Activision rival Electronic Arts.

West has since left the company to take care of “family issues.”

Gamers may not have long to wait to learn of Respawn’s first game. Zampella said last month that the studio will attend the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo in June, adding “I have no intention of showing up empty-handed!”

Respawn’s first game is reportedly a first-person science-fiction shooter that may support 3D.

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By Eddie Makuch, News Editor