Fable Legends Will Be Free-To-Play
Be the hero or be the villain -- whichever role you choose, you'll soon be able to do it in Fable Legends for free*.
Lionhead Studios today announced that their highly anticipated 4v1 RPG will be taking the free-to-play route, "to open the exciting world of Fable to more players." Heroes will have a free rotation, which you can spend money on or earn through gameplay to unlock them forever. Villains will be able to use monsters and traps specific to each quest for free, and can earn non-native monsters in one of the same two ways. All quests and story content will be available for free.
*The catch, of course, is if you'll be playing Fable Legends on your Xbox One, in which case you'll need a Gold Xbox LIVE subscription. PC players will just need Windows 10, and cross-platform play will be available.
It seems like Lionhead Studios is saying all the right things with their approach to free-to-play. Are you looking forward to Fable Legends?
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Hi David the game director… just one quick question… how can you expect the viewers of this video to* really believe everything your saying about the game and the agenda you or your company have when you cant even make an eye contact on your video? ^_^ its either the person who shot this video is a newbie or amateur, or the script* that your reading is placed far away from the video lens, or this is really how it should be shot because all you just uttered were all lies and too good to be true just to lure players. In any case still you made your point but the real purpose of this video is not achieved due to 1 simple yet very important thing. When your doing a video where you’re tying to convey a message to the viewers and you want the viewers to feel and believe you, then you need to do the eye contact. Put the script* vertically on top or at the bottom of the camera/video lens and make sure that your eyes dont go far away from the lens direct sight. remember, to build trust you need to do an eye contact. even in normal conversation…how can you trust someones words if they are talking in front of you and cant even make an eye contact? ^_^ also… its kinda stupid to even take a side shot after the epic fail of no eye contact -_-” another thing were contradicting statements from this video… on top of the so good to be true… im pretty sure your gonna change your mind when you found out that you wont be able to make money if you proceed on the road you set… unless… this is all just a trick… to lure players on a trap.
Only part that caught my eye was the words "cross-play". Some games have promised this but this is the first time it actually might be possible. (Because it's both from Microsoft....) If the windows upgrade is free for windows 7 & 8. I'm completely cool with it.
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