'Fallout' will get the board game treatment as it expands beyond consoles and keyboards to immerse fans into the universe in new ways.
Publisher Fantasy Flight Games has confirmed the new extension of the video game franchise - following on from a tabletop game - which takes its name from the same series.
According to the company behind the upcoming release, it will be "a post-nuclear board game for 1-4 players", allowing gamers to take it on alone or with a group of friends.
Players will choose one of five characters - which includes a ghoul, super mutant and vault dweller - and each will have their own sets of characteristics and abilities to keep things tactically interesting.
The game then puts these characters in a scenario based on Fallout 3 and 4 - namely, The Commonwealth, The Pitt, The Capital Wasteland and Far Harbor.
Fans will notice spots like Diamond City - which have a set location every game, while places between the more significant location will be randomised each time.
Characters grow using a SPECIAL system - which competing factions advancing their agendas - as regions are explored, while completing missions in the main story or side quests will also give them a boost.
'Fallout' is expected to hit shelves later this year.