ZeniMax has trademarked Deathloop
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There might be a new game currently in development as Bethesda's parent company ZeniMax has recently filed a trademark on Deathloop which could possibly become another mobile game from Bethesda after Fallout Shelter and The Elder Scrolls: Blades.
As GameSpot reports, trademark appeared on the official United States Patent & Trademark Office website back on December 26, and there hasn't been any clarification from ZeniMax since. The description itself hints at Deathloop being a mobile game which is not surprising considering Bethesda's success in that field. Fallout Shelter is still massive these days, and the developers are getting ready to release The Elder Scrolls: Blades - a fully-fledged mobile RPG with dungeon-crawling, spell-casting, equipment-looting, quest-completing and various other aspects of TES series.
Regarding Deathloop, its name suggests there's something to do with the loop of deaths situation common for videogames, when your latest savegame puts you in a position where you die immediately after respawn. That's a great concept to base monetization on, and this new title is likely to become another free-to-play money-grabber.
Right now all we can do is to speculate on the matter of course, but the trademark application literally says that Deathloop goes under such categories as "video games for mobile devices" and "mobile application software". After all, this is not a project of Starfield or TES 6 scale, so don't get too excited.