The first document is an “Agents of Mayhem” trademark filed by Volition’s parent company Koch Media on May 3 with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. It’s classified under video game software, computer game instructions, and cultural activities and entertainment. You can check it out for yourself here.
“Agents of Mayhem” shows up on the Istunt.com resume of stuntman and actor Brandon Molale, who’s had small roles in L.A. Noire and films like Dodgeball and The Longest Yard. It says Molale did motion capture work for characters and lists Volition, Frame Machine, and Zach Lowery as references. There’s a Zach Lowery who used to work at Volition as lead animator on Saints Row: The Third and IV; however, he now serves as senior animator at Cliff Bleszinski’s Boss Key Productions. You can see Molale’s resume here.
Lastly, the supposed game’s name can be spotted on animator John Velazquez’s resume, which says he worked at design, animation, and VFX studio Frame Machine on “Agents of Mayhem.” You can take a look at the resume here.
We’ve contacted Volition and Deep Silver for comment and will update this story as we receive more information.