Amazon has yet to release footage of the Fallout TV series it is developing, leaving the door wide open for unofficial shots to leak out online. Behind-the-scenes photos and videos have indeed appeared on the internet, showcasing locations that seem heavily faithful to the video game source material.
Two videos give onlookers an expansive look at the Super Duper Mart, a brand of grocery stores that appears in both Fallout 3 and Fallout 4. The outlet’s logo and the aging car wrecks in the parking lot both invoke the desolate atmosphere from the games, as many of those games were fittingly decrepit and well past their prime.
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Other photos from the Fallout set show off staples from the series that seem to be just as accurate as the locales. One tweet shows a man in a Vault-Tec jumpsuit, a hallway from a vault, and a portion of power armor. Another image that popped up online also yields another closer look at the power armor. Each one seems ripped straight out of Bethesda’s nuclear post-apocalyptic setting, an accuracy that’s funded directly from the endless pockets of Amazon’s Prime Video division.
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Fallout is a series of RPGs currently produced by Bethesda, the same company behind the popular Skyrim and the rest of The Elder Scrolls. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world that split off from our timeline around World War II. 1950s culture was king up until the Great War of 2077, bombing the entire planet into a nuclear wasteland. Players typically emerge from underground safe houses called Vaults decades after the blasts and wander the wastes, witnessing how humanity has endured in the remnants of a unique retrofuture atomic age.