Bethesda’s Parent Company Register New Game Trademark
ZeniMax, the company standing behind Bethesda have put forward a trademark application for a new thing called “Starfield”.
The publisher filed for the trademark on March 22 via the United States Patent & Trademark Organization, with the application covering video game software for console and PC including downloadable content. The full trademark application covers all of the following:
Entertainment services, namely, providing online interactive computer games; entertainment services, namely, providing information relating to electronic computer games via the Internet.
Computer game software for use with computers and video game consoles; downloadable computer game software offered via the Internet and wireless devices; computer game software for use with online interactive games.
When approached by the press for information on this mysterious Stafrield, Bethesda representatives declined to comment.
This could have something to do with the new development team that Bethesda recently acquired in Austin, Texas. The team there is working on a new F2P title that will supposedly redefine the entire free-to-play sector, but the game itself hasn’t been announced and there aren’t any other details on it yet.
Source. Society & Religion Via GameSpot