"Witcher-like" has reportedly been thrown around a lot to describe the next Fable, says Video Games Chronicle's Jordan Miller.
Though unsure of its appearance at today's showcase, Bloomberg's Jason Schreier said the project went through a "major leadership change" last year.
Azure Specialist Paul T. recently posted on LinkedIn about appearances from these four Xbox-exclusive titles at today's showcase.
The LinkedIn page of Obsidian Entertainment's lead VFX artist Aaron Dubois seems to confirm that Avowed will run on Unreal Engine 5.
Jez Corden of Windows Central also believes that Obsidian's first person fantasy RPG could be revealed sometime this year.
Along with differing abilities for each class, there will be familiar spells from Pillars of Eternity, more colorful visuals than The Elder Scrolls and more.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer says Avowed isn't just going to be Obsidian Entertainment's version of The Elder Scrolls.
With E3 2021 officially over, let's take a look back at all of the announcements that flopped along with a few others that angered fans.
Multiple upcoming first party Xbox games are currently scheduled for 2023 launches, according to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.
The development team is "hard at work making something we're sure fans of our games and the Pillars of Eternity universe are going to love."
Insider Nate Drake says information from GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb is "more up to date", though the fantasy RPG was "definitely considered for E3."
Insider sponger, who reported the fantasy RPG as releasing in late 2022/early 2023, has been told that it's "in great shape."
Factions, iconic landmarks, mod support, and numerous other details possibly revealed.
A monument to disappointment.
It seems like Microsoft aren't that committed to cross-gen support after all.
A contender to The Elder Scrolls' throne?