The much-anticipated TV adaptation of the Fallout franchise by Amazon is on its way, with a debut scheduled for 2024 on Prime Video. This reveal comes more than three years after the initial announcement that Amazon would collaborate with the creators of Westworld to bring the iconic game series to the small screen. Bethesda’s Todd Howard and Microsoft Gaming’s Phil Spencer gave audiences a sneak peek by unveiling a teaser at Gamescom’s Xbox booth, as reported by GameSpot.
📍 Vault 33
Location: Los Angeles
Fallout, an original series, coming to Prime Video in 2024 pic.twitter.com/tlHh2WutF4
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The teaser provides glimpses of a nuclear detonation near a city bearing resemblance to Los Angeles, individuals traversing a desolate wasteland, and a woman stepping out from one of Fallout’s iconic Vaults. Moreover, an image shared by Prime Video pinpoints LA as the location for Vault 33. This isn’t the first hint regarding Vault 33; Amazon’s Prime Video X account had previously teased fans with an image of characters donning Vault 33 jumpsuits. There were also prior leaks of behind-the-scenes shots linked to Vault 32.
— Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) October 25, 2022
In earlier disclosures about the series, Bethesda expressed that they had been exploring possibilities of adapting the Fallout games into a film or TV series for roughly ten years. The final adaptation, masterfully penned and crafted by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, promises to be a blend of gravitas and grit, punctuated with sardonic wit and homage to “B-movie nuclear fantasies.”