Fable HD not in development for PC
Lionhead Studios says PC version not ruled out, but it is not in development at present.
Fable Anniversary is not in development for PC, Lionhead Studios confirmed today.
The studio said in a new FAQ that it has received "lots" of requests for a PC version, but the game is only in development for Xbox 360 right now.
"We're not ruling out a PC version, however, nothing is in development at this time," Lionhead said.
Lionhead also confirmed various updates that Fable Anniversary will see over the 2004 original role-playing game. First, the game will have an entirely new lighting system, powered by the Unreal engine.
In addition, the game will boast all-new character models, textures, and materials, as well as 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 said no additional quests or content will be added to the new version.
The company declined to give a price for Fable Anniversary, though if history serves as precedent, gamers won't have to pay full price. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, another high definition update from Microsoft, debuted at $40 in 2011.
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