Paramount Pictures has filed a trademark for a game based on World War Z.
The trademark was filed for the US under the broad classification "downloadable electronic game programme, electronic game software, and video game cartridges/discs."
Paramount Pictures is currently producing a film adaptation of World War Z based on the Max Brooks book of the same name, starring Brad Pitt as a UN employee who travels around the world to stop the outbreak of a zombie pandemic.
Though filming had ended on the movie, Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof was brought to the set last month to begin rewrites on the movie's third act, with rumours that alterations may also get made to its ending.
No developer has been named for the game adaptation. It is suspected that the game will follow the plot of the film, with a release to coincide with World War Z's June 2013 debut in theaters.
Paramount has made an effort to license its top film properties as video games as of late, including the upcoming Star Trek game that will bridge the gap between the two JJ Abrams films.
Watch the game trailer for Star Trek below: