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Fallout: New Vegas DLC trademarks?

ZeniMax filing tallies with in-game graffiti.

Internet detectives have unearthed trademarks filed by ZeniMax that could point to potential names for future Fallout: New Vegas downloadable content.

All three were filed on 15th December by the publisher for "computer game software for use with computers and video game consoles; downloadable computer game software offered via the internet and wireless devices".

According to the comprehensive Fallout Vault wiki (thanks Kotaku), "Honest Hearts" has already popped up as in-game graffiti – the same way that the previously released Dead Money DLC was trailed.

The other two marks are "Lonesome Road" and "Old World Blues", which may be additional packs due for release later.

Dead Money was released in late December exclusively for Xbox 360 (although everyone expects PC and PS3 to follow later, ala Fallout 3) and won plaudits in its Eurogamer review.

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