Fallout fans are convinced that the Brotherhood of Steel Airship confirms one of the two canon endings from Fallout 4

While the Fallout TV show has insisted that none of the endings of the previous games are considered canon, at least in terms of the starting point for the show itself, eagle-eyed fans believe that the Brotherhood of Steel airship seen in the series suggests one of the two endings from Fallout 4 is now out. Canon.

warning: Spoilers for Fallout TV and Fallout 4 follow.

Let's start with the basic timeline: The Fallout TV show takes place in the year 2296, nine years after the events of Fallout 4. In the first episode of the Fallout TV show, we see a massive Brotherhood of Steel airship. Some believe this is Prydwen from Fallout 4. According to Fallout lore expert TKs-MantisIf true, this rules out two of the four main endings in Fallout 4 as canon (the Railroad and the Institute). TKs-Mantis suggests that it may actually confirm that the Dark Brotherhood's ending is canon, since the other endings involve the destruction of Brydwyn. But it could equally confirm the Minutemen's ending as canon, since there's a path to that ending that sees Prydwen survive.

So why do fans think the Fallout TV show's airship is Prydwen? There is a 'zoom in and zoom out' element to this, but the name appears to be written on the side of the ship. At least that's what some see.

If this airship was actually Prydwyn, that would contradict the information he revealed Vanity gallery In a first look at the trailer published in November. In that article, there is a tagged comment on a shot of the balloon claiming it is called “Caswennan”. Here is the text: “Brotherhood recruits stare at Vertibirds circling an airship called Caswennan, marveling at rare pieces of high-performance hardware.”

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The Fallout TV show's place within the broader lore and its implications for the broader lore is a major point of discussion for fans, since it is confirmed and moves the Fallout story forward by setting it after all of the games. Some are wondering how Shady Sands' on-screen fate fits into the timeline as well. But overall, the Fallout TV show has been a huge success, and it seems likely that we'll see a second season.

IGN has plenty of Fallout TV coverage to keep you going, including a report on Fallout's Vault-Tec phone number, which may hint at an Easter egg, how fans are discussing Lucy's XP level, and more. IGN has also been rounded out 111 details in the Fallout demo Which was pulled directly from the games, resulting in The end of the season sets the tone for a new adventure In a loving environment.

Wesley is IGN's UK news editor. You can find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can contact Wesley at [email protected] or confidentially at [email protected].

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