The latest season of "Game of Thrones" may have ended, but it looks Bethesda is planning to keep the hype train going. Several days ago Target had listed on its website: "Bethesda Game of Thrones," implying that Bethesda has plans to make a video game based on the popular series. The site doesn't have any other information outside of this title; no release date, no names, nothing.

Imagine exploring the seven kingdoms

Now there is already a video game out right now based on the popular fantasy franchise. "Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series" released in 2014 developed by both HBO and Telltale Games.

While the installment didn't receive the same universal acclaim as Telltale Games other projects like "The Walking Dead" it still got generally favorable reviews. Outside of Telltale Games, there haven't been any other "Game of Thrones" games produced and I see this as missed potential.

"Game of Thrones" is one of the most successful television series of all time. It's one of the most watched television series in the best several years and has gone on to win countless awards, many of which were Emmys. Considering how much companies love to produce licensed games/cash grabs for almost anything with a shred of popularity, it surprises me why there has only been one for Thrones. However, it looks like Bethesda may be taking a jab at a brand new title.

Open-World Game of Thrones Adventure

Bethesda's biggest franchises are clearly "Fallout" and the "Elder Scrolls" series, both of which feature massive open worlds to explore. So since Bethesda are so good at making open world games like "Fallout" and the "Elder Scrolls," it wouldn't be difficult for Bethesda to make an open-world adventure in the continent Essos.

Imagine being able to explore the seven kingdoms of Westeros as your own creatable character. You get to choose which house you want to join whether it be house Lannister, Stark, Targaryen, etc. From there, you rise up in the ranks and eventually get to fight against some of the strongest knights in the series like Brienne of Tarth, the Hound, or even the Mountain.

Maybe you can even get to ride a dragon and face off against the Night King. The possibilities for an open-world "Game of Thrones" installment are endless, which is why I would love to see Bethesda make this happen.

Of course, there is no official confirmation that Bethesda is actually making this game. However, the mere prospect of an adventure in Westeros with the same minds behind the fantasy series the "Elder Scrolls" is enough to get me excited.