There is a lot of talk about the Fallout series, but he also had plans for Wasteland and this is the script.
inXile Entertainment’s post-apocalyptic RPG would have a two-hour pilot episode.
Amazon has made a strong commitment to the world of video games, and among future television productions we see an adaptation of the post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout, or a desire to do the same with Mass Effect. Interestingly, one of Fallout’s fathers also confirmed that he was also working on the television series Wasteland, which eventually became the precursor to the Fallout saga.
“Wasteland was very close to becoming a television series,” the veteran said. Brian Fargo. “As close as a script two hours for the pilot episodeAdds the creator, who is also responsible for other role-playing classics like The Bard’s Tale or the fantasy Torment: Tides of Numenera. But far from giving us that approval, the creator shared the script for this pilot episode.
“I thought it would be interesting to share the script online. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Have fun!” he finishes. Not surprisingly, fans were delighted with the idea of turning the Wasteland nuclear wasteland into a television series, so many have asked Fargo, Why was it cancelled? “Typical Hollywood story… unpredictable,” he limited himself to replying on social networks.
I thought it would be interesting to share the script online. I would love to hear your opinionBrian FargoFargo didn’t go into further details about who plans to do this series, but we do know the authors name: Brits. Adam Gyngell and Fred ArmestoTo name a few of his television productions, who have worked on Strangers and White Dragon respectively. Will we be able to see the Wasteland series? At the moment the plans seem frozen, but there’s no doubt that this is a post-apocalyptic universe that would be great to make the leap to television.
The latest chapter in inXile’s RPG saga is the extraordinary Wasteland 3, which transports us to the cold and brutal Colorado devastated by nuclear war.
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