Fable Trilogy bundles all three games--how much would you pay? [UPDATE]

Bundle confirmed.


Fable II
Fable III

[UPDATE 2] Microsoft has announced that the Fable Trilogy bundle will be released digitally on February 7.

[UPDATE 1] Following the publication of this story a Microsoft representative confirmed that the Fable Trilogy is indeed real. More details will come later.

"The Fable Trilogy bundle in the Xbox Marketplace is real and in development. The bundle will include full Xbox 360 titles for Fable Anniversary, Fable II, and Fable III. We're excited to share official details regarding the release soon on Lionhead.com," a Microsoft representative said.

The original story is below.

A product listing on Xbox.com reveals the Fable Trilogy, an unannounced bundle pack that includes Fable Anniversary, Fable II, and Fable III at a discounted rate over purchasing the games individually. The bundle will launch on February 4, according to the listing, the same day that Fable Anniversary is slated to release.

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Fable Anniversary will sell for $40 on Xbox Live at launch, while sequels Fable II are currently offered for $20 and $15, respectively (Yes, Fable II is more expensive than Fable III). That means the Fable Trilogy should sell for less than $75. We've reached out to Microsoft and will update with anything we hear back.

The Fable Trilogy product description points out that if you already own one of the bundled games, you won't get an additional discount on the bundle, nor will you receive an additional copy of the game you already own.

Fable Anniversary is described as the "definitive" version of the 2004 role-playing game, featuring 1080p graphics, new audio, a new interface, Achievements, SmartGlass integration, and the Lost Chapters expansion.

The next core Fable game is Fable Legends for Xbox One, which Microsoft officially announced during Gamescom 2013 in August. A beta for the online-focused game will launch sometime this year. Developer Lionhead Studios expects the game to have a lifespan of 5-10 years.

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