For detailed information about this series, see: The Vault
Fallout is a series created by Bethesda.
- Fallout (October 10th, 1997) for MS-DOS, PC, and Mac.
- Fallout 2 (September 30th, 1998) for PC and Mac.
- Fallout 3 (October 28th, 2008) for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
- Fallout: New Vegas (October 19th, 2010) for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.
- Fallout 4 (November 10, 2015) for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
- Fallout 76 (November 14, 2018) for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Links to other series
|Doctor Who||September 30, 1998||In Fallout 2 you can find a phone box looking like the TARDIS, and if the Vault Dweller approaches this strangely-located object, the light on top starts spinning, and the box slowly vanishes into thin air with a whooshing sound, leaving behind only a motion sensor.||3
|Indiana Jones||October 19, 2010||The Wild Wasteland trait adds an encounter with a refrigerator containing a fedora and skeleton. This is a reference to the scene in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull where Indiana Jones saves himself from an atomic bomb explosion by taking cover in a lead-lined fridge.||3
|Team Fortress||August 03, 2011||Team Fortress 2 features a promotional item from Fallout: New Vegas and unlocked by pre-puchasing the game.||1
|BioShock||October 27, 2011||Fallout: New Vegas - Gun Runners' Arsenal features a reference to BioShock.||3
|Primordia||December 05, 2012||In Primordia a character has a Water Chip and proposes trading it for a G.E.C.K.; this references items from Fallout and Fallout 2.||3
|Plok||June 19, 2015||The comic Plok: The Exploding Man features a reference to Pip-Boy.||2
|Rocket League||November 09, 2015||An Antenna based on the Fallout Boy was included in Rocket League patch v1.08.||2
|Pitfall||November 10, 2015||Fallout 4 features a fictional game called "Pipfall", partially based on Pitfall.||2.5|