Published: Tue, August 29, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

'Bethesda Game of Thrones' Listed on Target's Website

'Bethesda Game of Thrones' Listed on Target's Website

With the finale of Game of Thrones, Season 7 airing last night it seems a very convenient time perhaps for news of retail chain super giant Target and their listing for Game of Thrones by Bethesda to reach mainstream news.

The new title was recently spotted as an incomplete Target listing with next to no details attached.

Of course, with Skyrim and such, Bethesda would be the ideal choice to take on Game of Thrones, and with the studio keeping five or more secret projects close to its chest, it's entirely possible that this could be one of them.

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Studio Director Todd Howard gave a hint for the two projects during an interview with IGN at DICE 2017 this past February. George R.R. Martin has spent the past two decades fleshing out the fictional world that he established in A Game of Thrones, and thanks to the HBO series, we've had a chance to see what that world would look like when translated to the screen.

HBO series Game of Thrones is insanely popular, but surprisingly there has been a handful of video games based on it and all of them failed to live up to the scale of the show and expectations. Yes, you read the title right "Bethesda: Game of Thrones". In 2012, an action RPG simply called Game of Thrones was released by Atlus USA, but got a mixed reception from critics. There is no proper confirmation if this is actually a video game- the only indication on this front is the Bethesda name attached to it.

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