A rather innocuous retail listing points to something set in Westeros from the noted open-world role-playing developer.
According to the description on the Target website, the project is codenamed Bethesda:Game of Thrones. No further details are hinted at. It's been almost six years since Skyrim came out, with no news on a follow up - could Bethesda have been plugging away on a Game of Thrones title for the past half-decade?
Regardless of whether or not the game is real, Bethesda certainly seems like the ideal studio to bring Westeros to life in an open-world video game.
A rumour that's erupted overnight, Bethesda may have a project in the works that's based on the wildly popular Game of Thrones property. "We have two larger projects that are more classically the scale of what we do, but even bigger", Studio Director Todd Howard commented earlier this year, according to GameSpot.
Video games based on the world created by George R.R. Martin have been attempted before.
The last Game of Thrones RPG was Cyanide's very rough attempt, and though it spun a decent yarn and explored things only briefly touched on in the show, it didn't do much to impress elsewhere.
Would you be interested in a Bethesda Game of Thrones game? Meanwhile, an action-adventure title simply called Game of Thrones was published by Atlus and Focus Home Interactive in 2012, also to low review scores. This could mean that Bethesda does not game, but something else.
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