Prime Video gave fans a first look at Vault 33 in its upcoming live action To fall series.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the famous post-apocalyptic video game franchise, the official Prime Video Twitter account recently released an image of a brand new vault. Although it is uncertain if the image is concept art or a photo, the number 33 seen on the backs of the two figures in the foreground seems to suggest that Vault 33 will appear in the series. The image also features a newcomer silhouetted by the blinding exterior light as well as the feet of a suspected corpse just inside the open vault door.
Although it shares many visual similarities to the video game series it’s based on, from the blue and gold jumpsuits to the huge cog-like vault door, Vault 33 hasn’t appeared in official release. . To fall cannon. Likewise, the photos of Vault 32 from the live-action series that leaked online earlier this year also featured a never-before-seen but faithfully recreated underground bunker. Although no longer available, photos from the set showed the survival shelter in a state of disarray, with notable details like an overturned nursery and a poster depicting the cartoon Vault Boy that read, “THE OUTSIDE WORLD NEEDS CAN NEVER HURT YOU”.
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In July, a Twitter user shared behind-the-scenes photos of the together To fall, revealing outfits and accessories from the live production. In the photos, one of Vault-Tec’s signature blue jumpsuits can be seen on an actor whose face has been obscured, while another image features a glimpse inside a vault. Additional photos also revealed a set of power armor without the helmet as well as a bunch of what could be control panels, presumably used to operate the automatic doors inside the vaults.
A glance To fallThe Staten Island set also surfaced earlier this year, as a YouTube user uploaded a pair of videos featuring a live version of Super-Duper-Mart — an in-universe supermarket chain that made appearances in Fallout 3, Fallout 4 and spin-off multiplayer game Fallout 76. The video reveals the Super-Duper-Mart logo version of Fallout 4 plus a few weathered atomic-age vehicles that seem quite at home in the radiation-scarred Wasteland.
To fall on Prime Video currently does not have a premiere date.