Microsoft has revealed Fable Trilogy – a collection consisting of Fable 2, Fable 3, and the remake of the first game, Fable Anniversary – which will be released on 7 February for Xbox 360.
No price has been revealed but Microsoft says the collection will be offered at a discount over the individual purchases. There is also no indication whether the collection might make its way to PC or Xbox One.
Fable Anniversary is an HD remake of the original Fable by Lionhead Studios. The game will essentially be a polished up version of the original game, which was released on the first Xbox in 2004, but will feature new visuals and achievements.
The lighting and cut-scene visuals will be enhanced by Unreal Engine 3, giving it a current-gen look and feel.
Lionhead Studios designer Ted Timmins said that the game’s choice and consequences theme of the Fable franchise will play into the achievements in some way.
The designer also explained that the game will be getting a new user interface and control enhancements, and a modernised save-system.
Smartglass will also be featured in the game, allowing players to use their smartphones or tablets as a map, or to share screenshots and other elements of the game.