Microsoft Studios head Matt Booty already wants to show off Fable on Xbox Series X, but developer Playground Games has refused to do so until it’s ready.
speak in PAX West 2022Booty said that Playground is doing so many cool things with their next-gen Fable game that every time they see it, they ask them to share it.
“Part of my job is to provide air cover for the team,” he explained. “They don’t want to show things before they’re ready, but if there’s one game where it flips over and every time they see something they say, ‘You should show this,’ it’s fable.” is. lots of cool stuff. ”
That said, “the team made it very clear that we can’t show you anything until it’s ready,” laughed Booty.
While he provided a brief update on its development, he commented that Playground brings “the same skill and dedication that we brought to Forza Horizon.” It admitted that giving Fable to the best-known developers was “a bit of a headache”, but Playground “proved they got it”.
There’s no word on when fans will see more of the legendary fantasy franchise, but it’s been a long time coming, considering Fable on Xbox Series X was officially announced over two years ago in July 2020. I’m sure you’ve been waiting.
Xbox has shared that it’s being developed using the Forza Engine, and that the game marks a “new beginning” for the Fable franchise, but has otherwise remained tight-lipped.
Fable Xbox Series X Screenshots
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He talks about witchers all day long.