Stock up on your Rad-X, Fallout 4's official website has confirmed the game ahead of schedule.

Update: Now live!

Fallout 4's website an ahead-of-schedule glimpse at the game's box art, the above picture and a video placeholder which went live when Bethesda's teaser countdown hit zero.

The new game appears to be current gen only, hitting PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In addition, the website requests that we tune in to Bethesda's E3 conference on Sunday 14th June either via Twitch or YouTube, where the game will no doubt get a longer developer demonstration.

The website offers pre-order methods, but none of the stores link to a real listing. There's currently no launch date, although I'd expect that information to become available during Bethesda's E3 conference.

For those unable to view, the trailer is entirely in-engine footage showing us intersecting events pre and post nuclear war. A German Shepherd dog surveys the destruction in the present as a newscaster relays breaking events of nuclear war in the past. After the bomb lands we're given a montage of footage from the game, showing dilapidated dense cities, sub-urban decay and countryside wastelands. Familiar Fallout trappings makes their way into the trailer, from Power Armor, Deathclaws and the iconic Pipboy 3000, Bethesda appear to have ticked all the right boxes.

If you're unable to view the trailer, I've included a few screen grabs here to keep you going.

Expect a full gameplay demo at Bethesda's E3 press conference on Sunday 14th June, but for now - Happy Fallout Day! What do you guys think?