Peter Molyneux was honored at the BAFTA Games Awards on Wednesday as the latest winner of the Academy Fellowship, BAFTA’s lifetime achievement award. He joins such luminaries as Will Wright and Shigeru Miyamoto. But like those other gentlemen, Molyneux is not done developing games, and according to CVG, he has very definite ideas about what he wants to do next:
“I have a very clear idea where Fable will go in the future. Trying to be diplomatic, I think that whatever we do next with Fable, we should just amaze people with the quality.”
“If we go on, we’re not just going to make another Fable, we’re going to make something that stands head and shoulders up with anybody else out there – the best of the best – in terms of its technology, its drama and its storytelling.”
Molyneux deftly tiptoes around making any concrete pronouncements about Fable IV (or even admitting the game exists), but as you can see, he’s certainly thinking about it.