April 13, 2024

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Amazon's new Fallout trailer is just like the games: bleak, goofy, and gruesome

Amazon's new Fallout trailer is just like the games: bleak, goofy, and gruesome

It's still too early to say whether or not Amazon will continue with the direct business He falls It would be any good. But the first few trailers make at least one thing clear: the show seems to be putting a spin on the games.

The newly released second trailer follows a lot of the same beats as the first, following a Vault Dweller named Lucy (Ella Purnell) heading to the Wasteland only to discover how much worse things are two centuries after the apocalypse. The series feels gritty and violent, as you'd expect from a post-apocalyptic series, but it also balances that with a goofy sense of humor and a fun, futuristic flair. Case in point: Mister Orderly's robot who simply wants to harvest Lucy's organs. not important.

Aside from that, the trailer is full of classics He falls Details that will make gamers feel right at home, from plentiful Stimpaks to some impressive-looking power armor. When The Ink Spots start singing “I Don't Wanna Set the World on Fire,” it's hard not to think about the end of the world. It also looks like the series will spend more time exploring earlier times; The trailer was booked with a sales pitch for safes that wouldn't be out of place Hello tomorrow!.

He falls It is directed by The west The film was co-created by Jonathan Nolan, with Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner serving as series directors. It also stars Aaron Moten, Walton Goggins, and Kyle MacLachlan.

The show begins airing on April 11, one day earlier than previously announced. Instead of a weekly schedule, all eight episodes will be downloaded at once.

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