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'Fallout: New Vegas' developer might join fan web series

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Where Fallout meets Fallout

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The designer of Fallout: New Vegas will sign up to be a part of season two of the fan web series, Fallout: Nuka Break, if the series is able to double its budget on Kickstarter. Chris Avellone and the original Fallout's lead programmer, Tim Cain, have both agreed to come on board the fan series as writers and designers as well as make guest appearances on the show if Nuka Break is able to reach its doubled funding goal of $120,000.

The designer of Fallout: New Vegas will sign up to be a part of season two of the fan web series, Fallout: Nuka Break, if the series is able to double its budget on Kickstarter.

Chris Avellone and the original Fallout's lead programmer, Tim Cain, have both agreed to come on board the fan series as writers and designers as well as make guest appearances on the show if Nuka Break is able to reach its doubled funding goal of $120,000.

The Kickstarter campaign has already met is original funding goal of $60,000. At the time of writing, 1,398 backers have pledged a total of $94,072.

The original Fallout: Nuka Break was released as a short fan film that proved to be so successful it led to a six-episode web series that was funded by fans. It was produced by Wayside Creations, a Los Angeles-based production company behind Indymogul's do-it-yourself filmmaking web series, Backyard FX.

The Fallout: Nuka Break Kickstarter has 25 days left to reach its new, doubled funding goal in order to secure Avellone and Cain for its second season.

You can view the original fan film below.