The Fable team includes GTA V and Borderlands veterans

The fable is created by great minds from several franchises

Video Games Chronicle recently released a series of developer names working on the upcoming fable title and the list includes developers from GTA V, Borderlands and the Batman Arkham series. The chief designer of the new Fable is Will Kennedy, who has previously worked on GTA V and GTA Online as a level designer. Narrative director Martin Lancaster, Craig Owens and Kim MacAskill previously worked at Rocksteady Studios on the Batman Arkham series.

Several developers also have experience with the Borderlands series which is available for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and PC right now.


Among the names of GTA V and the Batman Arkham series that join Playground Games in the creation of the title of Next Generation Fable are Juan Fernandez de Simon, Hunter Wright, Adam Olsson and Tom Isaksen, all of whom have worked on remarkable titles.

These games include The Division 2, the Borderlands series and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.

It will be interesting to see how this unique mix of developers will evolve the Fable franchise before the xbox Series X is released.

Fable fans can expect to see some things that are familiar to the franchise when the next generation Fable finally comes out, but it will also bring new ideas according to Matt Booty.

The game was recently briefly teased at the Xbox game showcase and a lack of gameplay or release date makes us think we’ll be waiting a bit for the Xbox Series X Fable title developed by Playground Games.

Playground is best known for working on Forza Horizon titles, but it seems that the team includes several developers of open-world sandbox titles, with which Fable has really led the charge.

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