Fallout TV show in development at Amazon
Based on the hit video games, a Fallout TV show is coming to Amazon Prime.
Westworld creators, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, are developing a Fallout television series, produced by Bethesda Studios and Amazon Studios.
Fallout is a hit video game franchise from Bethesda Game Studios, that spans from the initial turn-based role-playing games Fallout and Fallout 2, to its more popular action role-playing games Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas and Fallout 4. The most recent addition to the collection was Fallout 76, an online multiplayer version of Fallout 4, where players can join an open world and play with friends and against other players.
Each game in the Fallout franchise focuses on a different post-apocalyptic area all devastated by the same nuclear event, where gamers have their character trawl through post-nuclear war wastelands in search of salvation. The games features various factions, some who look for death and destruction amid their chaotic new world, while some look to reform society to a point that could be considered a normality. Either way, there's a whole tonne of directions Nolan and Joy could take the Fallout television series, and after waiting for some time, fans around the world will be itching to see the adaption of one of the most popular video gaming franchises ever created.
With each game following a completely separate character and turn of events, it'll be interesting to see whether the series will loosely follow one of the games or take a largely different path of its own. It could be that the creators choose to cherry pick from all of the games to create one master piece, but all we can do at the moment is speculate.
Going by the weird and wonderful creation that is Westworld, we can rest assured that whatever Bethesda Studios and Amazon have in store for us will be well worth the wait!