We've known for a while now that Amazon is teaming up with Bethesda to produce a TV series based on Fallout. Now, we have a few more details, with Westworld's co-creator signing on to produce and direct.
The premiere episode of the Fallout TV series will be directed by Jonathan Nolan, previously known for co-creating and producing Westworld for HBO. Other Westworld producers, Lisa Joy and Athena Wickham, will also be involved with the Fallout series, which is being made by Kilter Films for Amazon Prime.
The Fallout TV series might be the only piece of Fallout media we get for quite some time, as it seems that Fallout 5 might be about a decade away, based on previous comments from Bethesda's Todd Howard.
The Fallout TV series does not have a release date yet, but the show is currently in pre-production, so it is likely still another couple of years away from hitting Amazon's streaming service.
KitGuru Says: Fallout could lend itself very well to a TV series, but sometimes video game adaptations do go awry. Will you be looking forward to this?