Next Fallout Vegas DLC Honest Hearts?

Trailer vanishes but leaves footprint.

Further evidence that the next add-on for Fallout: New Vegas will be called Honest Hearts has appeared.

Website Duck and Cover scooped three small screenshots from a private YouTube video that was, eventually, pulled wholesale from the internet.

The images show a man wearing pants and a crop-top (probably) and swinging a spiked club. He's aiming at another human, possibly a lady. Yes, this could be any Brit abroad. The images also offer a view of an expansive rocky vista and the Honest Hearts title screen.

The content apparently takes place in New Canaan.

Eurogamer was given "no comment" by Bethesda this afternoon.

Honest Hearts was one of the add-ons named last month by a source-powered report - the other name given was Old Bones.

"Honest Hearts", "Lonesome Road" and "Old World Blues" were trademarked by Bethesda in January.

Fallout: New Vegas' first add-on was called Dead Money. Eurogamer reviewer Dan Whitehead thought a 7/10 appropriate.

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