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The title “Spyteam” has floated round for a number of years now, because of a trademark registered to developer Bethesda Softworks and its dad or mum firm ZeniMax Media. The trademark was simply renewed, inflicting some to assume that an announcement could possibly be made this 12 months. That’s one chance, however the different isn’t very thrilling.
Gaming reporter @SkullziTV introduced the renewal to gentle, sharing screenshots of the submitting on Twitter. There’s actually just one takeaway from them: the Mark Statement part reads, “The mark consists of standard characters, without claim to any particular font style, size, or color.” In different phrases, there’s no artist rendering of a game brand related to this trademark, and that’s one thing we’d undoubtedly see alongside a game announcement. We can infer two issues from this: both a game is certainly within the works and is in very early phases, or that is merely a regular trademark renewal with none developer intent.
Trademark legislation requires common renewals, which implies not each one in every of them is tied to an upcoming game. It’s solely potential that Bethesda is just sitting on a reputation and concept, with none lively growth. With Bethesda and ZeniMax beneath Xbox’s wing, there’ll nonetheless be loads of video games to return, Spyteam or not.
In truth, a type of video games is coming this fall. Starfield will likely be releasing completely on Xbox Series X/S and PC, with mod help confirmed for the latter. It’s slated for a November 11 launch date.