Fable Anniversary not coming to Xbox One

After delay into 2014, Lionhead Studios says it has no plans to bring high-definition update to next-generation console.

Lionhead Studios has no plans to release Fable Anniversary on the Xbox One even though it will now be released in 2014 instead of this fall, producer Craig Oman said today on Twitter.

"There are no plans to bring Fable Anniversary to Xbox One," he said, pointing out that Fable Legends will be released on the next-generation console.

Lionhead Studios today announced a delay for Fable Anniversary, pushing the high-definition update of the original Fable to February 2014.

Fable Anniversary includes the 2004 original role-playing game and its Lost Chapters expansion and will not come to PC.

The game will have an entirely new lighting system, powered by the Unreal engine, as well as all-new character models, textures, materials, and new facial and cutscene animations. It will also feature widescreen support and remastered audio for surround sound setups.

All content found in Fable and its Lost Chapters expansion will be included in Fable Anniversary, though Lionhead says no additional quests or content will be added to the new version.

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