Fable Legends Open Beta for Windows 10 Delayed for Spring 2016
Fable Legends is one of the most anticipated games to come on Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms in the near future. The developer of the game, Lionhead released the closed beta of the game for some users to test it, because the developing team is still working on the game.
The open beta supposed to come in winter 2015, after a several months of running the closed beta, but Lionhead decided to delay it, because there are still a lot of things to be done in developing and designing the game.
“To be honest, we didn’t anticipate just how big Fable Legends is becoming. It’s simply the most ambitious game we’ve ever created at Lionhead. We’ve built a unique and innovative multiplayer experience combining RPG and RTS gameplay which allows you to play, and use your gear seamlessly, across Xbox One and Windows 10” they say in their official statement. “On top of this, we’ve built a beautiful new world full of grand stories and adventures. And it’s taking more time than we thought.”
Fable Legend for Windows 10 and Xbox delayed
Fable Legends was announced way back in 2013, and it is supposed to be different than previous titles of the franchise. The previous Fable games were single player RPG games with continuous story, While Fable Legends will be an online role playing game with RPG and RTS elements.
The game is designed to work perfectly on both Windows 10 and Xbox platforms, and it is promised that players from both platforms will be able to play the game together.
The open beta is supposed to be released in Spring 2016 (in case developers don’t decide to delay it even further). Currently, more than 100,000 players are participating in the closed beta.
We still don’t have an exact release date of the full version of the game, but it is supposed to be released sometime in 2016. You can check out the video of Fable Legends closed beta gameplay below.
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