Brace Yourselves for the Fallout TV Show
Bethesda and Amazon have officially confirmed that the Fallout TV show will finally arrive in 2024. It will land on Prime Video and the story is set in Los Angeles.
The teaser, showcased after a Starfield presentation, won’t have a public release. However, Todd Howard from Bethesda assured attendees, including GamesRadar, that more substantial glimpses of the show will be arriving shortly.
In the teaser, there were marching Brotherhood of Steel soldiers, a gunfight set in a town with Western undertones, and the debut of a woman emerging from a vault.
Todd Howard said, “One of the movies which inspired Starfield is the movie Interstellar, written by Jonathan Nolan – he goes by Jonah,” He added, “I got to know Jonah, and I always wanted to make a Fallout TV show. So, I talked to Jonah about it and we have been making the Fallout TV show that’s coming, and we thought we would give you a sneak peek.”
Fallout was initially released in 1997. Moreover, the latest installment of the series is the online multiplayer titled Fallout 76 which came out in 2018.
The most recent installment in the mainline series, Fallout 4 from 2015, holds the title of being the highest-selling entry. On its launch day alone, it managed to ship an impressive 12 million copies worldwide, as reported by its publisher.
Check out the official Beyond the Game video below.