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The Fallout TV show on Amazon Prime Video finally has a release date

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Today is "Fallout Day" because in the post-apocalypse RPG game franchise, October 23 is when the first nuclear weapons started falling. Today, Amazon Prime Video used that date to reveal when the first season of the long-awaited Fallout TV show will begin streaming.

According to the TV show's official X (formerly Twitter) account, the show will begin streaming on April 12, 2024. The reveal was made with animation that resembled the green tint of the Pip Boy devices that are used in the Fallout games, along with the Vault Boy mascot.

Deadline reports that the Fallout TV show will feature an original story set in the same universe as the games. The main setting will be Los Angelesm although we are hoping for a side trip to New Vegas. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, best known for their work on the HBO adaptation of Westworld, are the executive producers of the Fallout series and Nolan will also direct the show's first three episodes. Some of the cast members in the series will include Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, Kyle MacLachlan and Michael Emerson.

Last August at Gamescom, during its long presentation of Starfield, the team at Bethesda Softworks showed off a very brief teaser trailer of the Fallout TV show. It was supposed to just be for Gamescom attendees, but naturally, some people managed to film it and posted the clip on YouTube.

The clip definitely showed some imagery that will be familiar to fans of the game series like the Brotherhood of Steel, the massive gear-like Vault Door opening, and some retro-future devices. Hopefully, we won't have to wait too long before a proper trailer for the show is launched, perhaps at The Game Awards in early December.

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