According to a report yesterday, a fan asked Vice President of Bethesda, Pete Hines, whether or not there would be another DLC coming to "Skyrim."
"We haven't announced one nor said we were doing one," Hines said.
Now given the amount of work that Bethesda has had to go through with getting all of the current DLCs lineup for PS3 release, they may be taking a bit of a break.
However, for those who had not heard about "Redguard," Bethesda owns the rights to the trademark "Redguard," which is thought to be the name of the next "Skyrim" DLC, but it does expire sometime this month.
Given the timely nature of the trademark for Bethesda, this certainly could end up being their next DLC as they could merely be waiting to announce their intentions for it.
Bethesda could also have their father company, ZeniMax, file for a trademark extension if development proves they are not quite ready to announce anything for the "Redguard" DLC.
Given the fact that the company has already extended the trademark twice before, it's not impossible to think they could do so again.
For those who are wondering, "Redguard" is a race from the "Elder Scrolls" series, and they come from Hammerfell, which borders the land of "Skyrim."
This past DLC allowed gamers to venture into another part of the "Elder Scrolls" universe, so "Redguard" is not out of the question.
Either way, if there is no information released about "Redguard" by the end of the month, then people can assume that is not the name of the next "Skyrim" DLC.
If this is truly something, then gamers can expect to hear an announcement anytime during the next few weeks.
For those who are looking for some interesting open-world footage of where the next "Skyrim" game looks to be taking place, check out the video below.