Ready to revisit Fable III? Lionhead Studios has just announced two new DLC packs for the action RPG. Priced at 400 Microsoft Points, the Understone Quest Pack will introduce three new adventures to conquer set in a new town. You will also be able to select from a variety of new haircuts (including corn rows) for your hero with the new Hair Pack for 80 Microsoft Points. Both DLC packs are scheduled to release on November 23.
The Understone Quest Pack will introduce a new town beneath the streets of Bowerstone. The area will be full of new houses and stalls, new enemies, and a shooting range game. Here’s a summary of the new quests that will be featured in The Understone Quest Pack from Lionhead Studios:
“The Voice”: In the main quest, explore the mysterious underground land built by Montague Hummes in fear of the Spire in “Fable II.”
- Discover the origin of the voice that controls the people of Understone
- Features a moral decision that will lead to two drastically different outcomes in Understone
“Shooting Range”: After defeating Saker during your quest to become King, the remaining Mercenaries have turned their camp into a tourist attraction. The main attraction being the replayable shooting range mode.
- Beat the high scores to win three prizes that can be used while playing the minigame: the Marksman 500 (gifted to players for downloading the the pack), Money Shot (prize) and Black Dragon (prize)
“The Wheel of Misfortune”: After Reaver vacated his home, he set up a venture for budding heroes to replay the thrilling arena-based challenges within his new dwellings.
- Beat the high scores to win three new weapons that can be used while playing in the minigame: The Full Monty (gifted to player upon downloading pack), Dirty Harriet (prize) and Dead Ned’s Revolver (prize)
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