Fable 4 Gunning For A More Adult-Oriented Fun?

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Microsoft has been very active in the gaming scene and the boasts a wide array of praiseworthy gaming franchise. But when it comes to picking their favourite creation, Microsoft reveals it to be the Fable Series.

Fable adopts an RPG layout that is more cartoonish and kid-friendly than names like Elder Scrolls and The Witcher. However, the series have been on a decline in terms of gameplay offerings and Microsoft is aware that it needs a complete overhaul for the next sequel.

While the details are not out yet, insiders are tipping Fable 4 to arrive with a massive open-world landmass with a more adult-oriented content such as violence and romance. But when it comes to in-game animation, Fable 4 will retain its whacky 3D physics.

The official details on Fable 4 are expected to surface at E3 this year and we can’t wait to learn more about the game. Can Fable 4 take the series forward?


  1. Ian

    February 26, 2018 at 11:24 am

    The author of this article has likely never played a Fable game. The original three games featured adult themes like prostitution, sex, sexually transmitted infections, alcohol, and child labor, along with some pretty graphic violence in the form of decapitations and dismemberments. There’s an achievement in Fable II for having an orgy.

    Fable has never been “kid friendly” with the exception of spin off games like Fable Heroes and Fable Fortune.

  2. Bob

    February 26, 2018 at 1:01 pm

    This is pretty irresponsible reporting. Microsoft has done very little to show that Fable is its favorite franchise, and it’s hard to say a series has been “declining” when there hasn’t been a main entry in 7 years.

    On top of that, Fable was never kid friendly. Every game in the main series had an M rating, and even the first game let the player get drunk enough to throw up, have sex with most NPCs, shoot peoples heads off and sacrifice humans. And in the later games you could get women pregnant and catch STDs from unprotected sex. So, unless your childhood was a lot more hardcore than mine I’m not sure what you’re talking about.