Fable Anniversary’s Steam version gets a new update
Developer Lionhead Studios has released a new update for the PC version of Fable Anniversary, which includes the removal of black bars on non 16:9 resolutions, adding a camera sensitivity setting, fixing a few known crashes, and reducing the chance of getting a scar. Most notably, the Steam Workshop is now available, in addition to the fact that Heroic mode is much harder, as the slow-time spell costs more to cast, health potions are less effective, and ‘Age Of potions give less XP. Check out the entire list of changes/fixes below.
- Mouse cursor implemented to all menus
- Steam Workshop now available
- Made Heroic mode harder – (slow time spell costs more to cast, health potions are less effective and ‘Age Of’ potions give less XP)
- Reduced the chance of getting a scar
- Fixed a few rare crashes
- White Balverine texture updated
- Fixed missing objects in Knothole Glade and Hook Coast.
- Updated blonde beard texture to match blonde hair
- Made FOV settable from the ini file
- Added a camera sensitivity setting to the ini files
- Fixed and audio bug that would stop dialogue from playing
- Black bars removed from non 16:9 resolutions
Lionhead Studios had announced Fable Anniversary, a re-mastered version of Fable: The Lost Chapters, for release on the Xbox 360 in late 2013. It features overhauled graphics, a new save system, and incorporates Achievements. On the 13th of September, Ted Timmins – lead designer of the game – had announced the game’s release date will be pushed back to February 2014. Later that year, on December 12th, 2013, the release date was announced as February 4th, 2014 in North America, February 6th, 2014 in Asia, and the 7th of February, 2014 in Europe. On June 2nd, Fable Anniversary was also confirmed to be coming to PC. It was released on Steam on the 12th of September 2014, and includes mod support. Fable Anniversary was in full development for 15 months.