Molyneux: Lionhead Working on Projects “beyond” Fable


The Game Developers Conference is starting later today, and a new pre-show interview with Peter Molyneux assures us that Lionhead will not become “just the Fable company” as they’ve got other titles up their sleeves.

“Lionhead stands for much more than just what Fable is, and we’re working on things beyond that.” Molyneux told Develop Magazine. “We’re working on Fable things – we’ve just done the DLC and we are working on other stuff. But we’re also working on other innovational titles – and I’m not going to say title or titles, whether it’s a prototype or experiment, whether it’s near or far away – but I can say that what we’re always trying to do is create something that is meaningful. When we think why we want to do this, it’s because we want to make a landmark title.”

Peter Molyneux may reveal his next project at GDC this week. Stay tuned.

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