Lionhead Studios' recently announced Fable III, first detailed at Gamescom this summer, will make use of Microsoft's Project Natal controller. That's according to reports from Peter Molyneux's BAFTA Video Games Lecture in London.
Gamesbrief founder Nicholas Lovell has been posting snippets from Molynuex's talk on his Twitter account, as spotted by VG247, writing that the Fable lead confirmed Natal support in the role-playing game. Apparently, Molyneux also joked that Natal would be featured in the form of a "feces simulator" for the game.
Surprised by Natal support in Fable III? Doubt it, as Molyneux lead the unveiling of Microsoft's motion and voice recognition controller at this year's E3 with the Natal-powered Milo demo, enthusiastically showing his support of the technology. And Pete has "never said it's not going to use Natal," a roundabout way of saying that the Xbox 360 game was going to use it in some capacity.
"Do you really think ... knowing me ... I wouldn't want to use something like Natal?" Molyneux said at the PICNIC Conference in the Netherlands earlier this month. "I mean that's just mad, man."
Just no feces simulation, please.