Trailer for the Amazon Prime series takes you deep into the wasteland

The highly anticipated first trailer for Prime Video’s Fallout series has been unveiled, featuring vaults, nuclear explosions, a dog and Wild West shootouts.

While the start of the “Fallout” TV series is only a few months away, Bethesda and Amazon Prime are showing a video that takes you into the contaminated wasteland. The “teaser trailer” is two and a half minutes long and is available in a German language version.

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Along with Lucy (Ella Purnell), viewers will experience some key moments in today’s release. Included are mutated creatures, chaotic metropolises, the combative Brotherhood of Steel, rebellions in the Vaults, various shootouts like in the Wild West and an extremely capable four-legged friend with deadly abilities.

And of course there are classic sounds for the ears. In today’s trailer for “Fallout” it’s Nat King Cole’s “I Don’t Want To See Tomorrow.”

Complex and violent world

Based on the video game series of the same name, “Fallout” tells the story of “haves and have-nots” who live in a world where there is almost nothing left to have.

200 years after the end of the world as we know it, the peaceful residents of a luxurious fallout bunker are forced to return to the radioactive wasteland left behind by their ancestors. They discover a complex and extremely violent world that they must explore.

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Executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, who previously worked on “Westworld”, are responsible for “Fallout”. The series stars Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, Aaron Moten and other actors.


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“Fallout” will run on Prime Video from April 12, 2024 and is the first major new “Fallout” story since the online game “Fallout 76”, which is receiving another update this year.

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