It seems the Dragon Mother may be the next idea of the "Mother of the Big Video Games". The NeoGAF internet portal accidentally noticed an unfinished page on the Target website revealing a next potential project by Bethesda developer. The title reads simply "Bethesda: Game of Thrones," but for now there is no information about whether a video game or some kind of media is spoken.
Following the great popularity of dragons and mythic disputes on The Elder Scrolls, Bethesda may well have the right studios covering the standards of the TV series. Although the site does not confirm anything officially, we already know that Bethesda has five large unannounced projects. Earlier this year, company director Todd Howard commented, "We have two bigger ideas that more clearly represent the scale we usually work on, but they can grow into something bigger." For the time being, however, the publisher has not confirmed anything in this case. If the rumors turn out to be true, Bethesda's potential title might be the RPG diamond among other games that failed to showcase George Martin's (and HBO's) production. Already in 2012 Was developed by Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive. On the other hand, the Game of Thrones: Seven Kingdoms project of GDC was announced in the same year, but after two years the work on it was halted. So far, only Telltale has been producing an episodic interpretation of the series that will soon get a second season.