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Trademark surfaces for Fallout 4 in Europe


4:00 PM on 11.17.2013
Fallout 4Trademark surfaces for Fallout 4 in Europe photo



Hot off the discovery of the website, thesurvivor2299, comes further proof that the fourth installment of Bethesda's Fallout series might be right around the corner. Surfacing on the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Markets' (OHIM) website, the official trademark office of the European Union, is a registration for Fallout 4 by Bethesda Softworks LLC.

The previously discovered teaser site beeps Morse code that corresponds to the sites countdown to December 11 -- which written in European dating style would be11-12-13.

Hopefully both these signs point to the highly anticipated sequel. We all know Bethesda is working on something and a new Fallout title seems like a likely candidate. 

Trademark surfaces for Fallout 4 in Europe photo





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