Fable: Over the years since The Lost Chapters were released, a bunch of information has bubbling up and giving us ideas for content that will never be a finished version. For example, RPG game fans have posted clips that reveal animals, creatures, animations, and other features lurking in data files. Currently, modder aims to make its entire content playable.
Fable modder Avarice has launched a new project called Fable – The Lost Content. It explains, “We will try to play as much of the cut content as possible and make it more fun to do and find in-game.” .. The list of content that we’ve delved into and modified so far contains a mix of minor elements from the first chapter of the open world game. For example, “sticks and pebbles as weapons” and additional enemies such as beetles and bandits. ..
But if you’re a fan of the later Fable titles, one addition will inspire your ears-the hero’s pet dog.
As you can see in the clip below that shows the behavior of the restored content, it’s a huge, inanimate, but very good boy standing in the house of the hero of Oakvale in the game file.
This is exactly the same black and white puppy featured in Avarice’s YouTube clip, showing the various animals and creatures hidden deep inside Fable: The Lost Chapters (called “Mongrel_Statue” in the file). (Maybe never before) because it has been animated). The discovery is pretty compelling, so it’s worth looking at the other clips in Modder to see what didn’t see the light of day.
The Fable: The LostContent modding project has just started on the Nexus Mods, so there’s not much to get and try yet. However, the author seems to be aiming to add as much content as possible that can be restored to the game for each level. So if you want to play Fable more, it’s probably worth it. Well, the release date for Fable has arrived (yes, one more).