Amazon’s Vault Set For Fallout TV Series Impresses Gamers

Gamers are liking the set photos that are circulating online featuring the Vault and development of Amazon’s Fallout series for TV. The production updated fans as to the project development via photos of the set. Apparently, filming has started early July.

Purebox posted the photos from the twitter account @TKsMantis

Amazon’s Vault Set For Fallout TV Series Impresses Gamers

Immediate reactions from avid gamers of Fallout are favorable. Judging by the looks of the set, the feedback for ‘Vault 32’ is very positive. It’s quite noticeable though that fans may be amped up with the visuals but they are also growing skeptic as to the delivery of story. Even though no plot detail is official as of now, fans are hopeful at best. They gauge the eventual performance based on recent videogame related television adaptations. Apparently, the Halo TV series from Paramount did not exactly perform to their standards. However, since a different team handles this for a different platform or streaming service, they still wish for it to be at its best.

More specifically, Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan developed the series for television to be streamed through Amazon Prime Video. It takes its story from the eponymous role playing video game franchise. Whereas the game is an Interplay Entertainment creation under the ownership of Bethesda Softworks. Series cast include Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, Kyle MacLachlan, Aaron Moten and Xelia Mendes-Jones. Nolan will helm the first episode. Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios joins Joy and Nolan as producer. Meanwhile, series showrunner are Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner.

Amazon’s Vault Set For Fallout TV Series Impresses Gamers

Amazon's Vault Set For Fallout TV Series Impresses Gamers

Image: Bethesda

One of the comments from BRT15 in the article reads:

In terms of production value, I think the show is better in the hands of Amazon rather than Netflix. And it seems they have some people from Westworld involved here so I’m sure it will look great. Will be interesting to see how the story and casting works out.

However, it’s DDPringle @DdPringle’s reply to @TKsMantis’ tweet that really summed up the fandom’s sentiments:

Please don’t suck please don’t suck please don’t suck.
As any fan would like for any adaptation there ever was and ever will be, they just want it to be true to the original material. Open world aspect and future post-apocalypse premise can open a lot of doors for story. However, we do hope that the production does right for the fans. They are the target audience anyway, right?

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