The game developers from Flaming Fowl Studios and Mediatonic announced the release of Fable Fortune, a new collectible card game of choice and consequence.
The collectible card game combines the iconic worlds and characters of Fable series with a fast-paced tactical gameplay.
The new title effectively combines the franchise’s most cherished gameplay systems, the CCG game modes with an unhealthy dollop of Fable humor. It features a single-player story mode, captivating narrative, impressive graphics, and 6 unique faction cards.
According to a company update, some of the other shiny new additions include a Deck Helper and Guildmaster-led tutorial to help new players get into the game, a Daily Bounties system, rare fancy cards and a treasure trove of new cards to be discovered.
The card game was initially accessible on Steam as a Beta version and has received extremely positive feedback from users.
Some other major features include Heroic tales, a single-player story mode and a new emote system which allows users to communicate with their opponents. With its timeless heroes, despicable villains, armies of bemused peasants, Fable Fortune leads the player through an exciting fun process of game campaigns and leveling up in a series of leagues and events in the world of Albion.
The card game is a completely free-to-play title, but interested players will have to purchase card packs. A purchase of the Founder’s Pack at the cost of $14.99 /£9.99 grants players an immediate access to the game and over $40 worth of items (including 20 different card packs, exclusive Flaming Fowl Trophy Card and the very rare Giant Egg card). The game can be played on Xbox One, Steam and Windows 10.
Flaming Fowl Studio and Mediatonic complemented the release of Fable Fortune card game with other exciting launch events such as Wild Cards Co-op Boss celebration which allowed users to win brand new spells and add to their regular card packs; Double Silver event which enables players to earn the silver currency from battling and rewards and spend on card packs.