UPDATE: Could The Popular Video Game FALLOUT Be Headed To TV?
Bethesda Softworks, the creators behind the Fallout video games, have registered a very revealing trademark that seems to imply their highly successful video game series could be headed to television, details after the jump...
I think we can all agree that the games in the Fallout series (such as 3 and New Vegas) are big hits, and the name is very recognizable among the video game community. There has also been a graphic novel spinoff called All Roads, but now...the series might just be headed to television.
Thanks to EuroGamer for the discovery, the popular video game franchise Fallout could be headed to your television screens. Bethesda Softworks have registered a trademark at the US Patent and Trademark Office with the mark "FALLOUT", for "an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world."
Also, Erik Todd Dellums, who portrays DJ Three Dog in Fallout 3, tweeted out that we might be seeing more of the character very soon. This led fans to believe that a fourth installment was on the way, but now it seems he could be talking about the potential television series.
UPDATE: It appears as though this has been a red herring or brand protection. Thanks to an email tip from Nukapedia, it appears that Bethesda has registered for a Fallout TV Series multiple times, which also have led to nothing materialising. Could Erik Dellum's tweet be about a fourth installment in the franchise?
Would you like to see the Fallout series on television? If so, which network do you think would be appropriate? Feel free to share your thoughts in the usual place below.
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