Lionhead Studios, developers of a now-cancelled Fable Legends, is finally confronting the studio closure that Microsoft initial announced as an intensity outcome behind in March.
After a proclamation of Fable Legends‘ cancellation, a studio’s predestine fluctuated over a following weeks. Unfortunately, no one has stepped brazen to squeeze a association over a march of a conference period, so Microsoft was finally forced to tighten a doors of Lionhead Studios today, Apr 29th.
“We can endorse that after most care over a six-week conference duration with Lionhead employees,” a Microsoft orator told Eurogamer. “We have reached a preference to tighten Lionhead Studios. We have zero though heart-felt interjection for a group during Lionhead for their poignant contributions to Xbox and a games industry.”
The studio’s developers took to Twitter to demonstrate their affinity of their time during Lionhead and their beating in saying it come to an end.
Today is a central final day of @LionheadStudios :'(
Damien – appreciate we for this smashing and ideal art! X https://t.co/S0Rky2N0wz
— Lauran (@TheAlbionGirl) Apr 29, 2016
Getting prepared to go to work during #Lionhead for a final time. Hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. #BestTeamEver pic.twitter.com/0dFakXIqLw — Callum Macarthur (@ThirteenOranges) Apr 29, 2016
“Find a pursuit we suffer and you’ll never work a day in your life” – Dad was right. #RIPLionhead, what memories we have pic.twitter.com/c3U10gQltR
— Ted Timmins (@JustTeddii) Apr 29, 2016
One of a few voices that has nonetheless to import in on a closure is Lionhead’s strange owner and former head, Peter Molyneux, who over in 2012.