An elderly woman in China knelt before a statue of a League of Legends character and prayed, touching off a viral reaction of equal parts amusement and sympathy.Someone inside an internet café snapped a picture of the woman kneeling and burning incense before a larger-than-life statue of Garen, a character who has been in League of Legends for about six years.
Earlier this year we got the surprising news that Microsoft was shutting down developer Lionhead Studios and cancelling production on the upcoming free-to-play Fable Legends, though the game’s servers remained online for a while for those who had downloaded it previously.A new update was posted on the Fable Legends forum, where they made it official that Fable Legends has now been shut down.
As expected, Lionhead Studios' Fable Legends was officially shuttered today, ending any chance that the action RPG installment might be resurrected somehow, someway despite the odds being stacked against it.The silver lining is that those of you who happened to spend money in-game will have it refunded, thus getting what was likely hours of entertainment for free:
Fable Legends has shut down and is no longer available to play.The game's closure – and that of Lionhead - was announced last month, but the curtain finally drew this afternoon.
Cancelled Xbox One/PC game Fable Legends may be resurrected at an independent studio formed by ex-Lionhead employees, a new report has revealed.If accepting the latter, they would leave in April, the report says.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is now in a closed beta, and you can sign up to participate in the PC version of the collectible card game starting today.Bethesda has also released a new gameplay trailer for the game, which provides a nice general overview of what you can expect to see.
The beta for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the free-to-play strategy card game, is giving selected registrants access today, Bethesda Softworks has announced.Furthermore, worldwide beta registration is now open, with additional players to be invited to take part over the next few months.