Fallout designers Chris Avellone and Brian Fargo will appear in the Fallout-inspired web-series, Fallout: Nuka Break - Tales from the Wasteland, if its $60,000 crowdfunding stretch goal is achieved, Wayside Creations recently announced.
Avellone worked on titles such as Fallout 2 and Fallout: New Vegas, while Interplay founder Fargo worked on Fallout, Fallout 2 and Wasteland. Avellone is currently at Obsidian Entertainment working on Pillars of Eternity, while Fargo is at InXile developing Wasteland 2.
"These formidable fathers of Fallout will appear in the film itself, but we're not stopping there," the announcement reads. "We'll also shoot a special, extended version of their scene to include in the bonus features. We're also introducing a new, limited perk which will allow you to join us on set-and if we hit the stretch goal, it means you'll be onscreen with the patriarchs of post-apocalyptia themselves!"
Tales from the Wasteland is a followup to web-series Fallout: Nuka Break that will offer "new insight and backstory" to Nuka Break character The Ranger. Wayside Creations turned to Kickstarter seeking $20,000; the campaign is currently sitting around $47,000.
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