Playground Games' Fable Gets 2025 Release Window In First Gameplay Trailer

Playground Games' Fable Gets 2025 Release Window In First Gameplay Trailer

Fable will launch sometime next year, developer Playground Games has revealed. It did so during today’s Xbox Games Showcase with a new trailer that features quick snippets of gameplay starring our heroine. 

In the trailer, we see our hero waltzing through a large medieval town while a narrator discusses an old threat returning to the world. Our hero wants to save Albion, and to do so, she needs to enlist the help of Humprhy, who is the one narrarating the trailer. 

While there appears to be gameplay in the trailer, there’s no U.I. and no combat – it’s mostly just our hero protagonist walking and running through various fantastical locations. We do see some glimpses of combat, but it looks cinematic so it’s hard to tell if it’s actual combat gameplay. 

Check it out for yourself in the Fable gameplay trailer below

“What does it mean to be a hero,” the trailer’s description reads. “Humprhy, once one of the greatest, will be forced out of retirement when a mysterious figure from his past threatens Albion’s very existence.” 

Fable launches on Xbox Series X/S (and presumably PC) in 2025. 

What do think of this new trailer? Let us know in the comments below!

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