Alice in Wonderland in Fallout 76, the stage show comes to life

Alice in Wonderland in Fallout 76, the stage show comes to life

Alice in Wonderland in Fallout 76

When Fallout 76 debuted on the market it was not welcomed with open arms by the players, many of whom expected and hoped to be faced with a very different type of experience. Now, four years after its launch, the Bethesda title has found its own slice of the community, which sometimes manages to amaze us with a whole series of very curious contents. One of the most recent projects was born from a theater company, which holds its own shows inside the most recent Fallout.

Fallout 76 photo album With a teaser trailer published on their YouTube channel, The Wasteland Theater Company has announced that it is working on a new play based on Alice in Wonderland that will come to life within Fallout 76. While this show is still in its early stages of production, the digital theater company has already released a very suggestive trailer, within which we can get a first look at the look of the characters.

The director of the theater group in question, Northern_Harvest, says this new show will be based on Alice Gerstenberg's 1915 stage adaptation of Carroll's book; but this version will also incorporate bits of history and mythology from the Fallout series. In addition, the iconic characters present in Alice in Wonderland will have to deal with some of the characters of Fallout 76.

This ingenious idea will see the light during 2023, but we don't yet know a more precise date in detail. In the meantime, you can take a tour on the official YouTube channel of The Wasteland Theater Company, so as to get an idea of ​​the productions of this very particular theater company. This is just one example of how Fallout 76 players have managed to find an unexpected kind of creativity from a game that didn't start off on the right foot.

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