Brian Curtin, alias the Infectious Designer on YouTube and a live-action video game director, has released a concept trailer to his film adaptation for Fallout 76’s multiplayer action role playing game. Bethesda responded already to the fan-made creation.
The video by Infectious Designer shows the idyllic world of Fallout prior to the nuclear disaster. American flags fly in the wind, Nuka-Cola delivery men smile as they do their jobs, and a child has fun with a robot from Mister Helper. The bombs fell…
After the apocalypse begins, the trailer shows how survivors explore Appalachia (the main location of Fallout 76), where they try on power armor and kill mutants, fix equipment in the workshop and finally meet the Deathclaw himself in a dark cave.
Curtin received positive feedback from the public and also won praise. Bethesda herself: This fan video of Fallout 76 live action has left us speechless. Brian Curtin (@infectious_designer at [соцсетях]This was a fantastic job by )!
Amazon Studios and Kilter Films are currently producing a Fallout series. The exact release dates for the show are unknown, although filming started in July. The first frame in the adaptation’s adaptation was published at October’s end.