About Funko Pop Fallout Power Armor:
Return to Fallout’s post-apocalyptic wasteland with this Funko Pop Fallout Power Armor. The vinyl figure is approximately 3 3/4-inches tall. This Funko Pop Fallout Power Armor comes packaged in a window display box. It also comes with a surprising detail in colors.
Fallout is a series of role-playing games, originally published by Interplay and later by Bethesda Softworks. Although the video game plots develop in the 22nd and 23rd centuries, a great influence of the post-war culture developed in the 50s in North America prevails, as well as the combination of hope for technological progress and the fear of nuclear annihilation. This saga is usually considered as the unofficial sequel to the video game Wasteland, although it did not take that name because Electronic Arts had the rights to it and, although with some common references, video games are developed in different universes.
The first two titles of the series ( Fallout and Fallout 2) were developed by Black Isle Studios. Fallout Tactics was developed in 2001 by Micro Forté and 14 Degrees East; it is a tactical role-playing video game. In 2004, Interplay closed Black Isle Studios1 and continued to produce an action game with RPG elements for PlayStation 2 and Xbox, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel without “Black Isle Studios”. The fifth installment of the saga was Fallout 3, published in 2008 by Bethesda Softworks. In 2010, Fallout: New Vegas was developed by Obsidian Entertainment with many former Black Isle employees who worked on the development of Fallout and Fallout 2. In 2015, Bethesda Softworks introduced Fallout 4. In June 2018 the new Fallout 76 release was announced. for November of that same year, again by Bethesda Softworks. The protagonists of the story are varying in the different titles. In each installment the player takes the role of a character (customizable) different from the previous videogames, with a totally new background story.
About Fallout Power Armor
The T-51 power armor, which was the most advanced power armor in use on a large scale before the outbreak of the Great War. Seeing the service for the first time, and in an inherent way, a great success, in the Anchorag Recovery campaign. Developed at the West Tek research facility, the Fallout Power Armor was the peak of pre-war electrical armor technology. A continuous service was seen during the Great War, and it is believed to be the force that drove the Chinese out of Anchorage.
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T-51 Power Armor