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The number of Fallout players has increased 2-3 times: 10 differences between the games and the Amazon series

With the success of the Amazon-produced Fallout series, the number of players in games of this post-apocalyptic series has increased. The hype has led to a doubling of the number of players in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 on some platforms, while in Fall...

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Fallout 4 will get a free update with 60 FPS support, redesigned quests and other improvements

Upon the release of the Fallout series, Bethesda offers a great incentive to return to the game Fallout 4. On April 25, a free next-generation update will be released, bringing a number of improvements to the game almost 10 years after its release. ...

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Fallout series: what happens if you call the number on the screen

In the sixth episode of the Amazon Prime series Fallout, viewers see a pre-war broadcast of Galaxy News, hosted by Cooper Howard (Walton Goggins). The broadcast takes place from the Vault-Tec Storage, where Howard gives a tour. He calls the room "suf...

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"Probably not, but it's not certain": Todd Howard on the film adaptation of The Elder Scrolls and other Bethesda games

Today on Amazon Prime Video, a long-awaited premiere - the first season of the Fallout series has been fully released (8 episodes) with Ukrainian subtitles. After the premiere in Hollywood, the producer of the series and Bethesda game director Todd H...

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Jonathan Nolan: 'We know everything about Fallout 5' - Todd Howard asked the series team to avoid controversy with the upcoming game

The head of Bethesda Game Studios Todd Howard asked the producers of the Fallout series not to include certain secret things in it, as the developer plans to use them in Fallout 5. In a conversation with Den of Geek, the creators of the series did no...

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Bethesda has released Pip-Boy, a wrist-worn computer from the upcoming Fallout series, for $200

Bethesda has released a 1:1 scale replica of the Pip-Boy wrist computer, as seen in the upcoming Fallout series starting on April 11. Made of metal and die-cast ABS plastic, the Pip-Boy features a functional TFT LCD screen displaying game-style anima...

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