A trademark for Fallout 4 has just been filed by Bethesda parent company Zenimax in Europe, hinting at an upcoming confirmation of the game in the very near future, while the ongoing teaser website has just received a logo for the fictional Vault-Tec company.
Fallout 4 has been eagerly awaited by millions of franchise fans, especially since Bethesda took over the series and released two really impressive titles, in the form of Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.
Earlier this week, a mysterious teaser website with a countdown clock appeared online, and it's still unclear whether Bethesda actually set up the page.
Now, a trademark for Fallout 4 has just been uncovered in Europe, showing a filing for the game's name by Zenimax, Bethesda's parent company. The filing can be examined on the official website by searching for Fallout 4.
What's more, the teaser website has received a small update, as the logo for the fictional Vault-Tec company has been included in the main page.
As of yet, Bethesda continues the "no comment" stance it has on these reports about Fallout 4.