Fable Reboot Will Use ForzaTech for the In-Game Engine

After many people have been discussing what engine the new Fable Reboot will use, it looks like rumors will come to an end as they will be using the ForzaTech engine made to run the graphically intense Forza games.

A new job listing on the Turn 10 Studios LinkedIn profile, states that they will be working with the engine to support an open-world RPG, and specifically name Fable.

"Do you want to have a major impact on 3 AAA titles in development across 2 beloved Xbox franchises? ForzaTech is the engine, tools, and pipelines that drive both the Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon series of games. In addition to adding new features like raytracing to support the next console generation, we are also enriching the toolset to support an open-world action RPG – Fable."

The job listing is for a software engineer who will work on the technology that will be transformed to fit into the RPG world of Fable, despite being made for a racing game.

Fable Reboot Will Use ForzaTech for the In-Game Engine.

Fable as a franchise has not seen a new title in over 10 years, and finally, during 2020 we saw the first taste of the next adventure. You can watch the reveal trailer here:

Read more: Reports Suggest Microsoft's Fable Reboot Focuses On Single-Player, But Includes Online Co-Op.

While we have not heard any confirmed information since the reveal last year, with E3 just around the corner and Xbox making an appearance, maybe we will get more information regarding the release of the highly anticipated Fable 4.

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