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Fallout 2 and New Vegas designer Chris Avellone and Interplay founder Brian Fargo are set to appear in Wayside Creations’ Kickstarter-funded web series Fallout: Nuka Break – Tales from the Wasteland.

According to a post on the series’ Kickstarter page, Avellone and Fargo will be filmed in an extended scene if the project can reach its new $60,000 stretch goal.

“These formidable fathers of Fallout will appear in the film itself, but we’re not stopping there. We’ll also shoot a special, extended version of their scene to include in the bonus features,” reads the Kickstarter update. “We’re also introducing a new, limited perk which will allow YOU to join us on the set—and if we hit the stretch goal, it means you’ll be onscreen with the patriarchs of post-apocalyptia themselves!”

The team has already surpassed their initial $20,000 goal, having reached $49,141 as of this post with 12 days left to go on the crowdfunding campaign.

Chris Avellone, Brian Fargo guest appearances added to Fallout fan series stretch goals

By | 07/16/2014 03:45 PM PT

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Fallout 2 and New Vegas designer Chris Avellone and Interplay founder Brian Fargo are set to appear in Wayside Creations’ Kickstarter-funded web series Fallout: Nuka Break – Tales from the Wasteland.

According to a post on the series’ Kickstarter page, Avellone and Fargo will be filmed in an extended scene if the project can reach its new $60,000 stretch goal.

“These formidable fathers of Fallout will appear in the film itself, but we’re not stopping there. We’ll also shoot a special, extended version of their scene to include in the bonus features,” reads the Kickstarter update. “We’re also introducing a new, limited perk which will allow YOU to join us on the set—and if we hit the stretch goal, it means you’ll be onscreen with the patriarchs of post-apocalyptia themselves!”

The team has already surpassed their initial $20,000 goal, having reached $49,141 as of this post with 12 days left to go on the crowdfunding campaign.

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