Square Enix filed a trademark for “Symbiogenesis” in Japan on October 13, which was made public today.
In addition, Bandai Namco filed a trademark for “Dream Match” on October 14.
Symbiogenesis, according to Wiktionary, is “the joining of two separate organisms to form a single new organism.” It is the basis for the story of Parasite Eve, which started as a novel in 1995 before evolving into a video game series developed by Square Enix in 1998.
As for “Dream Match”, Bandai Namco previously released an iOS and Android game called Famista Dream Match, which ended on June 23, 2016. The new trademark could be related to that – or something completely new.