Square Enix has registered a new trademark for Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth in Australia. It is the subtitle of the PSP port of Valkyrie Profile. However, this trademark doesn’t pertain to the upcoming game, Valkyrie Elysium. The game is currently in development, and it will most likely be released on the PS4 or PC. It’s also worth noting that Square Enix is trademarking its game, so it’s possible the game will be released on a new platform.
Another game with the same name was trademarked last month, but Square Enix did not announce a date for release. The game was first trademarked in Japan in April 2016, and then later trademarked in Australia in April 2019.
It has yet to be announced, but it’s a very interesting development. The game will feature characters from the Valkyrie series, including the tri-Ace, the newest member of the Valkyrie family.
“Lenneth” is a trademark owned by Square Enix, and it’s a character in the third-person action RPG Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth. This trademark is a result of Square Enix’s trademark registration in Australia. The game’s name is the same as the character’s name, and the game has also been ported to other platforms, including iOS and Android.
Lenneth – A Norse mythology character who possesses a half-elf homunculus. She reunites with the resurrected Valkyrie and defeats her nemesis. Eventually, she kills Loki and restores the world.
During her quest, she meets the goddess Platina and a half-elf homunculus, the former’s rival. Then she is transformed into a monster and sacrifices herself rather than be caught by the gods.