Leaks from a Fallout TV Show Set Look Really Authentic, Actually

Leaks from a Fallout TV Show Set Look Really Authentic, Actually ...

Fallout, the hugely popular Bethesdas RPG series, is set to be produced for television. This is again on the top of my mind as new photos from the set of the upcoming post-nuclear Amazon adaptation were leaked sometime in the past 24 hours. Live-action video game adaptations are getting pretty good these days, so it shouldnt be too surprising to see that the sets look very, very similar to the actual Bethesdas games.

Interplays Fallout was first released on PC in 1997, with a sequel planned for the next year, before a canceled sequel to 1998s Fallout 2 would pave the path for Bethesda, of all companies, to pursue the franchise and produce Fallout 3 in 2008 for PCs and consoles. In 2020, Amazon announced that a live-action adaptation would be released on its streaming service.

The original leak from the Fallout 4 subreddit has been removed by mods, but the apparent images from the TV production have since been shared on Twitter, showing sets that appear to be ripped directly out of Fallout 3.

The set images, if true, illustrate a bit of what this show is all about. The child's room in one of the images resembles the opening scenes from Fallout 3. Another depicts a farmhouse directly outside of a vault.

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The first hint from the upcoming TV show was reported a month ago by PC Gamer, showing off show props for the series' classic power armor suits. Back in July of this year, Eurogamer discovered a Super Duper Mart that wasn't Staten Island's natural habitat. Though you may have misled me.

Not everything we've learned from the show has come from leaks. In July, the show's official Xbox News Twitter account stated that filming for the program was underway. A few weeks ago, actor Walton Goggins posted an image on his Instagram showing a single character name, Ghoul.

If you have played Fallout: New Vegas, you know the setting is ideal for entertaining stories, so in theory there might be a fun show in the works. Alternately, the program might be about liberating another settlement that needs your help or endlessly searching for your stupid dad or something.