Fable Trademark Renewed By Microsoft With “Intent To Use”
With the new generation of video game consoles still planned to arrive at the end of the year, many have been wondering what new games may come with these devices. One franchise that many have been wondering if they might see again soon has been the Fable series. After some hints from Microsoft about the series have surfaced, many have theorized that a new Fable game would be arriving with the new generation. Well, it seems that Microsoft has renewed their Fable trademark with a special designation of “intent to use.” Could this finally mean the return of Fable?
As reported on Prima Games, documents showing Microsoft’s recent renewal of the Fable trademark have been uncovered. This is a fairly routine legal practice, as companies that own major intellectual properties do this to maintain a right of ownership to the property. What some have pointed out about this specific instance is that Microsoft has marked the “intent to use” tag on the forms. This is interesting because, as Fable fans know, Microsoft has not made use of the franchise since the Fable Fortune card game spinoff released back in 2017.
There is a major Xbox presentation planned soon by Microsoft, and many have theorized that because of this Fable trademark renewal. a new Fable game could be announced during this presentation for the Xbox Series X. While original developer Lionhead Studios is no longer in operation, Microsoft very well may have another one of their studios working on such a project. Hopefully some concrete word on this comes one way or another soon, so that fans of the Fable games can have an experience that feels more new than Molyneux.
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