Peter Molyneux has let it slip that fresh new DLC for Fable II "comes out in the spring," hints that it'll be ready in a few weeks time.
It's called 'See the Future' and Molyneux says it "answers some of the questions" fans have about the fate of Albion; plus it'll be testing you "a little bit emotionally" too he reveals.
"We're in the spring now so don't think months, think more like weeks. It's called See the Future," Molyneux tells Kotaku.
Knothole Island was the first DLC and "was done very close to Fable II and the team was tired and we sort of pushed ourselves to get something out early for the fans," he said
"This time we've taken a little bit more time on it, it's a little bit more story driven. It answers some of the questions, if you're a real fan of Fable, it answers some of those questions. It's going to test you a little bit emotionally as well."
"But I think the real unique thing here is it starts to tease and hint at what it starting to happen in the world of Albion and what is happening in the future."
As for Fable III... "If we were to take the franchise even further, going on from Fable II, I'm not announcing anything, but if you play See the Future you're going to be getting a flavour at what's going to be happening," he explained.
"My ideal is what I would want to happen is something big."
Knothole Island took heroes on a seasonal adventure as battled the trials of nature to help the island dwellers get their lives back on track.