Bethesda has got a pretty full slate coming up in the next few years. Between new entries for The Elder Scrolls, Wolfenstein, and an Indiana Jones game, Microsoft's most prominent new acquisition looks set to deliver big things in the coming years.
High up on that list is Starfield, an original spacefaring RPG. First announced at E3 2018, we've not seen much beyond that initial teaser trailer and last year's leaked screenshots, but progress appears to be coming along smoothly.
Starfield Copyright Appears on ZeniMax's trademark page
So, it's not surprising that fans were quick to spot a new trademark appearing on ZeniMax's legal information page. Simply listing a 2021 copyright, that unfortunately doesn't tell us much, other than work is continuing. With Xbox helping to headline E3 2021, some are speculating we may get further information this June.
Otherwise, there's still very little to go on, and it's not even been formally confirmed which platforms it'll appear on. If Phil Spencer's recent comments are anything to go by though, expect an appearance on platforms "where Game Pass exists".