Fallout fans are eager to see more on the upcoming adaption of the popular video game that is making its way to Amazon Prime next year. Today, fans have been treated to new details and images of the upcoming series thanks to a first look and interview from Vanity Fair. This new information gives fans a chance to see the show's main character and several iconic elements of the video games, as well as some words from the director Jonathan Nolan and executive producer Todd Howard on what to expect. Related: Amazon's Fallout TV Series: Release Date, Actors & Story New Images Show Multiple Fallout Universe Staples Fans Will Recognize Image via Amazon The new images and accompanying interview come via Vanity Fair, who were given a first look at the upcoming Fallout TV series for Amazon Prime based on the hit Bethesda title. Director and executive producer Jonathan Nolan, known for their work on Westworld, spoke to the outlet about what fans can expect from the series. The series will star Ella Purnell, previously seen in Yellowjackets, as a young vault dweller who is forced to leave the comforts of their Vault to take on a rescue mission. Along the way, she will meet plenty of characters and be forced to see and navigate the dystopian world left behind following a nuclear war, with some shown off in the multiple images included in the interview. In them, we see the Brotherhood of Steel sporting power armor suits that look incredibly faithfully to the source material, along with a shot of a ghoul played by Walton Goggins. There are also several shots of landscapes and environments that fit the theme and style of the games. Those worried about this adaptation of the video game should not fret, as Todd Howard is executive producing the show. During the interview with Vanity Fair, Howard mentions how keen he was on the showrunners "telling a unique Fallout story." On top of that, it seems he is happy with how the directors and writers are capturing the game's essence, such as its "style of humor, the level of violence," and states, "Look,\u00a0Fallout\u00a0can be very dramatic, and dark, and postapocalyptic, but you need to weave in a little bit of a wink\u2026. I think they threaded that needle really well on the TV show." https:\/\/www.reddit.com\/r\/Fallout\/comments\/185wt86\/first_official_look_at_the_fallout_tv_series\/ Fan reactions to the reveal and images have been mostly positive, with Reddit users taking to the r\/Fotv and r\/Fallout subreddits to voice their excitement and praise for what's been shown. Many are praising the costume and set design, with a few users now saying the images have given them "more hope" about the show's quality. Others involve talking about potential storylines and general excitement for the show now we have gotten a good look at what it will entail. Related: Fallout 5: What Bethesda Could Learn From Modern RPGs By the looks of things, the series will be a well-done, well-adapted version of the universe that fans can look forward to seeing in a new way. Now, it's only a case of waiting, as the Fallout TV series will premiere on April 12, 2024, on Amazon Prime.