Fable Anniversary Launch Trailer and Weapon Shots

By Marc Hollinshead, 2 years ago
It's been a whole ten years since people first set foot into the world of Albion. Isn't it crazy how time flies when you're having fun? That fun is about to be cranked up all the way to eleven as Fable Anniversary will be upon us with its glorious HD graphics in just a couple of weeks. To prepare us for the return to Albion, a launch trailer has been released for the game.



As well as the trailer, some comparison shots of weapons have also been released so we can see just how much of an improvement has been made. There's a bit of fun information about each weapon as well to explain how awesome it is. Also, all of these (apart from one) are legendary. Can you guess which one isn't?

The Harbinger

The Harbinger - Much like the legend of King Arthur’s Excalibur, The Harbinger is found buried in a stone at the Temple of Avo. The sword can’t ever be pulled out on your first try. Instead, you must upgrade your physique, health, and toughness a specific number of times after you give it a shot for the first time. The lore behind The Harbinger is also some of the coolest in the series. After forging it, twins Elda and Essa used The Harbinger to cut off each other’s hands to ensure the world would never see anything like it.
Skorm's Bow

Skorm’s Bow - The most powerful ranged weapon in “Fable,” this longbow was rumored to have belonged to the god Skorm. It even looks powerful, feating a blood red plate that encompasses the wielder’s hand. While it’s a great weapon, it comes with one major catch: you’ve got to sacrifice followers at the Chapel of Skorm to load up on evil points. Skorm’s Bow can do more damage per hit than any non-augmented weapon thanks to the fact it can be charged up indefinitely. One hit kills, anyone?
The Sentinus

The Sentinus - Belonging to the bodyguard of Archon (the first ruler of the Old Kingdom), The Sentinus is a greatmace that can be obtained by donating a certain number of coins to the Temple of Avo. Your alignment dictates how many coins you need to be prepared to drop: fully good Heroes will need to spend up to 300,000 coins, while those with an evil alignment can get it for under 40,000 coins. Fans of Japanese mythology will likely notice that The Sentinus looks a lot like the kanabo that are frequently wielded by Oni demons.
Katana Hiryu

Katana Hiryu - Speaking of Japan, we’d be remiss if we didn't include this Legendary Weapon that would make even the most stoic samurai jealous. The Katana Hiryu (fun fact: hiryu is Japanese for “flying dragon”) is one of the most powerful light weapons in the game and can be obtained without any fighting or killing. In fact, this is one of the rare cases in which it pays to be a lover and not a fighter, as it’s hidden inside a chest in Bowerstone Manor. We’ll leave it to you to figure out how to get in there, but suffice it to say that we sure do hope you’re the marrying type.
The Frying Pan

The Frying Pan - OK, so the Frying Pan isn’t a Legendary Weapon, but that won’t keep us from listing it as one of our favorites. Not only does it look awesome (it’s got an impression of someone’s face on its surface!), it’s got a whopping five augmentation slots that can turn it into one heck of a powerful weapon. One of the neat things about the Frying Pan is that if you find it before you unlock six treasure clues, it won’t be augmentable and will not cause any damage to enemies. It pays to put in the effort of tracking down all of the clues!
To finish, there is a glimmering screenshot of a fighter fit for battle.

Legendary Fighter


It's the frying pan that sits as the odd one out. I know, that's hard to believe! That face print is pretty legendary in itself! In other news that isn't related to frying pans, you can either relive the nostalgia or experience the journey for the first time when Fable Anniversary releases on February 4th in North America, February 6th in Asia, and February 7th in Europe.
Marc Hollinshead
Written by Marc Hollinshead
To summarize Marc in two words, it would be "Christian Gamer." You will usually find him getting stuck into story heavy action-adventure games, RPG's and the odd quirky title when he isn't raving about Dark Souls and Mass Effect. Outside the world of gaming, Marc attends and helps out in his church on a regular basis and has a not-so thrilling job in a supermarket.