Fallout TV Series Ending Explained

Fallout TV Show The Ghoul Season Two
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If you’re one of the many who binge-watch television series, namely the recent hit Fallout TV series, then you’ll likely have questions about the ending. It leaves a lot to the imagination and more than a little to hype. But what does it all mean? Here is the Fallout TV series ending explained, but be wary of significant spoilers moving forward!

What Does the Fallout TV Series Ending Mean?

Again, be wary of spoilers from here on out! At the end of the Fallout TV series, once Lucy finally catches up to her father, Hank, and learns all about his role in the nuclear bombing of California, he once more escapes into the wasteland. This time, he’s riding around in stolen T-60 Power Armor, courtesy of Maximus.

The Ghoul lets slip that he’s likely on the run and in search of the individual in charge but never reveals a name. If you’re a long-time fan, you can likely guess who they’re talking about by the end scene.

Speaking of the end scene, we turn to Hank stumbling toward a city in the desert. It’s still a great distance away, but you can make out The Strat Tower, which means Las Vegas. Furthermore, if you stick around for the end credits, you’ll note the New Vegas Strip, with billboards for The Tops Hotel and Casino and The Lucky 38 Casino.

Ring-a-ding-ding, baby!

What’s Next for Fallout?

As someone who grew up playing Fallout and is now much older, with less free time overall, it’s exciting to see the franchise I adore so much expanding its new media. When I don’t have time to play a game, I can watch an episode of the live-action video game adaptation series instead. I never have to miss out on Fallout!

But what’s next for the franchise? In another post, we discussed the probability of a Fallout season 2 and when it will likely premiere. However, the games have stagnated following the release of Fallout 4 and Fallout 76. We’re still awaiting the anniversary update for Fallout 4, additional content for Fallout 76, remasters for Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, and even a smidgen of details about Fallout 5.

This massive boost in popularity will likely see Bethesda Game Studios and Xbox double down on the Fallout franchise. After all, they’ll want to capitalize on the immense sales opportunities, like they’re doing with merchandising currently.

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