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See The Future With New Fable II DLC In May

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The future of the Fable franchise is teased next month in See the Future, the second round of downloable content for Fable II.

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New creatures, new quests, new events, and legendary artifacts will be yours to discover this May in the See the Future DLC for Fable II. Transform your canine companion into new breeds using potions from the mysterious huxter Murgo, uncover the secret behind a city trapped in a snow globe, or dress up as a hobbe or balverine to help a cursed knight escape his fate, all in pursuit of the ultimate reward: a quest that gives players a glimpse of the future of the world of Albion and your heroic bloodline.

All of that, plus new clothes, new hairstyles, jester make-up, a new hero expression, and a new trick for your old dog, all at the low price of 560 Microsoft points. Check out the screens below for a glimpse of what the future holds.

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Illustration for article titled See The Future With New Fable II DLC In May
Illustration for article titled See The Future With New Fable II DLC In May
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Fable II - See The Future [Official Website]

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Sloopydrew
Sloopydrew

I bought 1000 point card to get the two free tickets to the Watchmen movie (making the card essentially free, since I was going to the movie with my girlfriend anyway). It has sat, unused, since that time, all for this DLC.

I loved Fable II but am entirely burned out on the game. I've finished every quest, got every achievement, bought every piece of real estate, have like 50 wives and even a few husbands. So new DLC sounds GREAT.

I worry a little about the price. I hope it's a good value for the money and is substantial content for a lower than usual price, rather than an hour long expansion for an inflated price. 5+ hours of gameplay sounds about right for $7.00 (if that's what 560 points translates to).