“Please stay tuned” on Fable III PC, says Microsoft

Friday, 14th May 2010 16:29 GMT By Johnny Cullen


People who want Fable III on PC should “stay tuned”, Microsoft has told VG247 this afternoon.

The publisher told us via email just now that no announcements have been made on a possible PC SKU, but earlier today, the boxart for the Lionhead RPG showed up, showing a “Only on Xbox 360 & Windows” label.

The art’s original listing on Games Press has since been pulled.

“We’ve made no official announcements but please stay tuned,” a MS rep told us.

E3. A month today. Microsoft’s presser. Four weeks today. Just so you know where to look.

Fable III’s out this winter for 360.



  1. AliTheBrit19

    Interesting, by including “Windows” it looks likely that Fable 3 would be coming to PC too, which raises the question to why? as in why Fable 3 and not Fable 2.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Eon

    What? No “Microsoft don’t comment on rumours and speculation” speech? How bizarre :P
    Cross platform play would be interesting if they can do it right, it would work a lot better with this kind of game than the more obvious genres that have been tried in the past such as shooters.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Old MacDonald

    Ok, I’m tuned. Would certainly be a positive surprise from Microsoft.

    (though I’d prefer Alan Wake, to be honest)

    #3 5 years ago
  4. loki

    Most stupid what Microsoft can do now – return to make PC port

    #4 5 years ago
  5. Dralen

    I just really hope they tweek character builds in this one and also the ageing process. I always feel like I’m and old man way too quick, and when you go full strength build you don’t feel strong you feel fat lol.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. ybfelix

    Fable 2 is sorta like a proto-MMO, if Fable 3 is going further, releasing on PC makes sense.

    #6 5 years ago
  7. SilkVG


    Agreed, playing a female character as full strength.. ugh.. she was “fat” (well, chunky/muscular) and ugly by the end. Hardly what I’d hoped for with character progression :/

    #7 5 years ago

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