Fable II See the Future DLC to Arrive May 12th

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Lionhead has announced today that the upcoming Fable II DLC, ‘See the Future’, is set to release on May 12, 2009 for the cost of 560 Microsoft Points.

‘See the Future’ returns to the beloved world of Albion, where a set of cursed items from Murgo the Trader unleashes new challenges for players to overcome, including encounters with kooky ghost hobbes, bloodcurdling necromancers, a cursed knight and the Coliseum, where only the greatest heroes will emerge victorious to claim the ultimate prize. Of course, what would travel be without a trusty companion? The Fable II dog returns with three alter egos to guide players on their quests to see the future, in the form of a Dalmatian, Bloodhound or Husky.

In addition to fantastical new quests, creatures, characters, events and legendary artifacts, See the Future also offers free unique items* to all, including a unique soldier helmet, braided ponytail hairstyle, psycho Jester make-up, a new hero expression, the back flip trick for canine companions, and a collectible Murgo the Trader gold statue.

Check it out, today [Lionhead]

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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