While responding to Twitter questions, Xbox boss Phil Spencer states that he believes the Fable franchise still has a lot of different directions it could go.
Former creative director Peter Molyneux says he would love to make Fable 4, but acknowledges the hurdles in place after Microsoft closed down developer Lionhead Studios.
Following the closure of Lionhead Studios, former Fable art director John McCormack reveals that Fable 4 would have been ‘darker and grittier’ than its predecessors.
Lionhead Studios are planning for Fable Legends to have a lifespan of up to 10 years. But where does that leave Fable 4?
Lionhead Studios reveals that no other ‘Fable’ game is being worked on while Microsoft needs to find a developer for ‘Crackdown 3’.
New domains registered by Microsoft point to ‘Fable Legends.’ Could this be the surprise exclusive announced at Gamescom 2013?
A pair of new Lionhead Studios job listings appear highly suggestive of work on ‘Fable 4.’ Interestingly, they also solicit applicants with experience in ‘reimagining’ existing franchises.
For reasons that are still unclear, Lionhead has placed a countdown clock on their website for March 5th – the start of GDC. They claim to be updating the site, but also hint at something more, something potentially Fable-related.
Bethesda Softworks (Fallout, Elder Scrolls) and Lionhead Studios (Fable) have put up job listings in search of new employees for their next-gen projects.
While the Xbox 720 is still a ways off, rumors still circulate as recent speculation suggests that developer Rare is set to bring a mature title to the next Microsoft console.
During an interview with Peter Molyneux, the Lionhead Studios’ development head dropped a few hints that pointed towards the series’ future.
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