Fallout: The TV Series Teases Power Armor In First Official Trailer

Fallout: The TV Series Teases Power Armor In First Official Trailer
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Fallout is at long last making its way to the big screen after countless years, during which concepts and possible projects were being developed. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the creators of Westworld, are spearheading the fight to convert the legendary video game franchise created by Bethesda Interactive into a television program for Amazon Prime Video. A new video from Bethesda discussing Fallout’s adaptation to the big screen gives viewers their first look at the power armor that has been eagerly anticipated throughout the development.

Check out the video down below to see how Bethesda’s producers and designers feel about adapting Fallout for the small screen. Jonathan Nolan makes a cameo appearance on the set of the series toward the conclusion when an unknown person dressed in power armor presents him with a Nuka-Cola from off camera.

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When we consider the future of Fallout and its games, it stands to reason that there will be further titles released in the years to come. In the video, Todd Howard, executive producer at Bethesda Studios, expresses his enthusiasm for the upcoming television series.

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Tim Cain, one of the co-creators of the Fallout franchise, says that viewing it is enjoyable. I couldn’t be happier that something I worked on, intellectual property, has flourished and developed into a business. I mean, a television program is going to be made about us.

The art director of Bethesda Game Studios, Istvan Pelz, makes an appearance in the film to discuss the actual production design of the television show. Pelz thinks the series maintains a high degree of consistency with the games’ original ideas and concepts.