The Fable series will be reborn with the Xbox Series X | S. As Microsoft said in the Xbox Series X showcase, we know we’ve launched a public trailer for the new Fable game along with many other titles. Unfortunately, however, the information about the resurrection of the beloved action RPG series is otherwise very thin.
I’ve looked at all the details currently available for Fable (often referred to as Fable 4 as a follow-up to the original game series), but I’m not sure if that number reflects the location of the game. In the franchise). Not so many, but we’ll keep you informed as Microsoft provides new details.
Fable release date and platform
Sadly, we know very little about when Fable will actually be playable (or, for that matter, many others). Microsoft’s website for this game doesn’t date it, but when Fable finally arrives, there aren’t enough machines to expect to play Fable. Fable will be available on Xbox Series X and Series S, and PCs. Given that all first-party Microsoft titles will also appear on the Game Pass at launch, you can expect Fable to be part of that subscription service.
It’s worth noting. According to Aaron Greenberg, general manager of Xbox Games Marketing, the possibilities of the Xbox One version of the game aren’t necessarily downplayed, but Fable could be a game that requires the purchase of the Xbox Series X | S or Play on your PC.
Future 1P titles are developed for Xbox Series X first. Not saying those games won’t ship on Xbox One, only that we are leading with Series X & each studio will decide what's best for their game/community when they launch.
— Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️💚U (@aarongreenberg) July 23, 2020
Fable’s trailer, which appeared in the Xbox showcase, has an irreverent tone that matches other fantasy series, but provides little valuable information.
Fable: Xbox Series X Releases Trailer | Xbox Game Showcase 2020
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Who makes it?
Lionhead Studios of Peter Molyneux, the founder of the Fable series, was closed in 2016 with the cancellation of Fable Legends, a collaborative action RPG entry into the series. Since 2010 Fable III, there are no mainline entries for the Fable franchise. So who’s behind the new Fable?
The new Fable titles are managed by Playground Games. The studios are known for Forza Horizon games, they are racing titles, but they are known for their vast open world. This is a check out of the pro column for the new Fable game. In 2017, Playground created a second studio to handle the unnamed games of the time, apart from the Horizon team. Now we know the game as a parable.
In December, Remedy Entertainment’s control lead writer and narrative director of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider at Arkane Studios revealed on Twitter that she will lead the Fable writing team. There is also information about that team. Batman: Arkham Knight’s chief screenwriter Martin Lancaster will be the narrative director of the game, along with rocksteady veteran Craig Owens (another former Batman screenwriter) and film director Martin Tan.
Other members of the Fable team include Will Kennedy () as Chief Designer, Juan Fernández de Simón () as Principal Game Designer, and Adam Olsson () as Lead Environmental Artist. Not surprisingly, many members of the team have also previously worked on the Forza Horizon series.