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.
Flaming Fowl, the team of developers comprised of former Lionhead Studios employees, announces the cancellation of the Fable Fortune Kickstarter campaign.
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.
Although Lionhead Studios has now closed its doors, a leak suggests that the developer had plenty of potential buyers before it officially closed last month.
Last month, Microsoft made the decision to shutter Lionhead Studios, and today the developer behind games like Fable and Black & White will close its doors for the last time.
Despite being cancelled earlier this year, development on co-op RPG Fable Legends may continue following Microsoft’s discussions with ex-Lionhead Studios employees.
In the wake of the recent closure of Lionhead Studios and cancellation of Fable Legends, one Game Rant writer examines the troubling development pattern which may have signaled its fate.
Lionhead Studios confirms that servers for the cancelled Fable Legends will stay on until April 13, and those that spent money on it will be refunded.
Microsoft announces the cancellation of Fable Legends, along with the closure of Lionhead Studios. The company also announces the closure of Press Play Studios.
In a response to a fan, Lionhead Studios confirms that they’re not actively developing Fable 4 and are focusing solely on Fable Legends for the foreseeable future.
Creating a standalone dating sim for popular series like Skyrim and Fable could allow existing romantic elements and romanceable characters to truly win hearts.
‘Fable Legends’ game director David Eckelberry shows off a new trailer for the free-to-play PC version of the game at E3 2015’s first ever PC Gaming Show.
The beloved ‘Fable’ franchise is evolving with the co-op multiplayer title ‘Fable Legends.’ Now the game is set to release for PC and Xbox One this holiday season.
While still conducting a closed beta, Lionhead Studios and Microsoft announce that Fable Legends will be a Free-to-Play title, and details how it impacts the game.
Microsoft announces cross-platform play between the PC and Xbox One versions of ‘Fable Legends’ that could be a hint as to future plans for PC gaming support.
Showcased at Microsoftâ€™s E3 press conference, â€˜Fable Legendsâ€™ pits four heroes against a mastermind villain. Expect a multiplayer beta this Fall.