Bethesda’s guardian firm has filed a trademark for Redfall. Before you get too excited pondering it’s a subtitle for The Elder Scrolls 6, simply bear in mind it might be for something.
A trademark referred to as Redfall has surfaced, and it was filed by Bethesda’s guardian firm ZeniMax Media on September 10.
Companies file emblems on a regular basis, so don’t get get your hopes up pondering Redfall may pertain to The Elder Scrolls 6 (thanks, Game Watcher).
While it’s potential, as it’s fairly just like The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall, TES 6 is an extended methods off so stay calm and don’t take any rumors which may consequence out of the trademark as gospel.
Redfall might be content material for The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the RPG coming first to iPhone and Android. It may be new content material for the free-to-play card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends.
It’s even potential the trademark pertains to The Elder Scrolls Online, which receives updates fairly incessantly.
It could also be an entirely new game, as Bethesda has a number of “overlapping projects” within the works.
Elder Scrolls 6 is currently in pre-production, and the corporate has Starfield in full production and in a playable state.
TES 6 although, will not be near being in a playable state. It’s an extended methods off too and next-gen will probably be here earlier than we’ll get our grubby paws on it.