Amazon has announced that its highly anticipated Fallout TV series will premiere on Prime Video in 2024, more than three years after the initial announcement. The show, developed by the creators of Westworld, is based on the popular video game franchise and will bring the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout to life. At Gamescom’s Xbox booth, a short teaser was presented by Bethesda’s Todd Howard and Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer, giving viewers a glimpse of the series. The clip showcased a nuclear explosion near a city resembling Los Angeles, characters navigating a wasteland, and a woman emerging from one of Fallout’s iconic Vaults.
The setting of the series has been confirmed to be Vault 33, as indicated by an image shared by Prime Video. Prior leaks had revealed behind-the-scenes images for Vault 32. Ever since Bethesda first announced the project, there has been anticipation surrounding how the Fallout games will be adapted for the screen. The approved adaptation, written and developed by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, is expected to maintain the serious and harsh tone of the games while incorporating ironic humor and B-movie nuclear fantasies.
Fans of the Fallout franchise can finally mark their calendars as Amazon has revealed that the long-awaited TV series will premiere on Prime Video in 2024. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the show aims to faithfully bring the beloved video game franchise to life. At Gamescom’s Xbox booth, a teaser was unveiled featuring a nuclear explosion, characters traversing a desolate wasteland, and a protagonist emerging from one of the iconic Vaults. The series will take place in Vault 33, as confirmed by promotional material, and previous leaks have hinted at the existence of Vault 32. Bethesda has been exploring ways to adapt the Fallout games for the screen for many years, and the collaboration with Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan is expected to deliver a dark yet humor-filled portrayal of the franchise’s universe.