I was watching some videos about Fallout as a series the other day and something came up to me - with all the grand modding scene projects and games in the series, Fallout's world is slowly getting smaller and smaller, getting more repetitive. That's why I believe that eventually the series will have to progress. But where? I'd say, what if there was a game set in the Fallout universe, but which would be set in the aftermath of Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland we're used to. The player would be introduced to a much more rebuilt world, but still having bits and pieces of things reminding you of the fact it's after the Great War. For example, the game could take place in a single city, but one which'd be giant. Most of the typical mutant foes would be gone with the time (albeit you could probably still find a few if you really wanted to, maybe underground?). The idea is to emphasize much more on the politics, morals and human relationships than in other Fallout games and I think it could be a good fit with a good story. What would your opinion be if something like this ever happened to the Fallout game series? What would your ideal Fallout spin-off be like, if you want one? If you don't, then why do you want it to stay true to the Post-Apocalypse? Tell me your opinions, I'm curious to hear your thoughts on the subject.