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Fable will “potentially” contain online interactions, but Insider says it will not be an MMO

The recently announced new entry in the Fable series will not become an MMO, according to a known insider.

Talk about Twitter, Klobrille revealed that the game under development by Playground Games, although it may exhibit online interactions along the lines of the one in Forza Horizon 4, will be an open-world action role-playing game, and not a full MMO as suggested previous week.

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Fable is an open-world action RPG. People really have to stop this MMO nonsense. Even if there may be online interactions similar to FH4, it is not an MMO.

Fable was announced at the Xbox Game Showcase event last week, but little has been said about the game other than it coming to Xbox Series X and PC and being developed by Playground Games, the same team behind the Forza Horizon series. According to previous rumors, the game is a reboot of the series.

Albion and Aurora are gone. “Countries reduced to fables.” The Spire was rebuilt and used by a mad king to wish an asteroid would hit the planet. He also wished it would happen again in the distant future. Eons later and everything is new (medieval theme, new continents) and you have to stop the destruction of the planet again. Theresa and a hero guild are kept on another planet through a demonic door. Time travel heavily involved in playing. Jack of Blades returns.

The new Fable is developed by Playground Games for Xbox Series and PC. It will be launched on a release date to be confirmed.

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