Fable’s narrative lead, Anna Megill, announced that she was leaving Playground Games in August, with a “heroically talented team” continuing to work on the long-awaited reboot.
Megil has been with Playground Games since joining Fable’s Narrative Lead in July 2022 and joining the team as Fable’s Lead Writer in February 2021. She said working on Fable was a “dream come true” for her, and she had nothing but positive things to say about her when she announced her departure.
“Friends, I have news,” Megill wrote. twitter. “In August, I will be stepping down from my role as the narrative lead on Fable. After a wonderful few years doodling in a fairytale hut, I feel it is the right time to take on a new challenge. I’m here.
“Working on ‘Fable’ is a dream come true for me and it will be very hard to leave it behind. I know it’s in. I’m looking forward to what happens next for them and for them.” “
Shortly after the announcement, she reacted loudly to people being “ridiculous” and immediately wondered if there was something wrong with Fable and that the breakup with the studio was anything but amicable. rice field.
“Some people are silly, so let me be clear, I reached a good stopping point to quit the project, so I quit.” Megil said. “And I decided to take a little break before jumping into my next gig. That’s it. I have nothing but love and respect for Playground and my colleagues there.”
Fable is the next reboot of the popular Xbox series that started in 2004 and was officially announced in 2020. The game has been largely silent since then, but at his Xbox Game Showcase this year, he gave fans the best look yet at the project.
For more, check out Peter Molyneux’s comments on the latest Fable trailer and why Fable is helping to claim that the Xbox Series X is the must-have console for RPG fans.
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