Fable II online co-op for launch

Confirmed and free.

Lionhead has confirmed that a patch enabling online co-op in Fable II will go live tomorrow, 21st October.

That's according to the Lionhead community blog, which has provided running updates on the multiplayer feature that once looked likely to be missing at launch.

Fable II will be released across Europe this Friday, after much talk of dogs and emotions and shooting husbands and revolutionary this and simplified that.

Thankfully, this time, Peter Molyneux appears to have delivered the goods.

Head over to our Fable II review for an overwhelming tale of success.

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