Elder Scrolls studio trademarks Soulburst

Zenimax files trademark application covering online and console games.

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The Elder Scrolls and Fallout parent publisher Zenimax Media has filed two trademark applications for "Soulburst" covering online and console games.

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The applications (via Siliconera) were filed with the United States Patent & Trademark Office on September 2.

No other information is available and a representative for the company declined to comment.

Earlier this year, Zenimax filed a trademark application for Starfield.

One of Bethesda's newest development teams, the Austin, Texas-based Battlecry Studios, is currently working on a new free-to-play game that aims to "redefine" the free-to-play sector. This game has not been announced.

In addition, Bethesda Game Studios--the team behind The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 3--is working on a new and unannounced project.

GameSpot parent company CBS CEO Les Moonves is a member of the Zenimax Media Board of Directors.

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