Skyrim Parent Company Files Trademark For "Redfall"

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ZeniMax, the parent company of video game developer and publisher Bethesda, has filed a trademark application for "Redfall." The trademark application covers a number of things, including PC and console video games.

The trademark application, which was filed on September 10 in the United States and spotted by Newsweek, does not include any further clues about what Redfall might be.

Bethesda released a game called The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard back in 1998, and some people are speculating that Redfall could be the name of The Elder Scrolls VI. However, Bethesda has not commented.

Trademark applications do not necessarily become products. For example, Activision trademarked a number of Call of Duty games like Space Warfare and Future Warfare.

Bethesda does have a history of trademarking new games very, very long before they are announced. The company trademarked Starfield back in 2013, about five years before the game was announced at E3 2018.

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