The power of the embargo has seemingly failed Microsoft over the weekend, with news of two new Xbox 360 games leaking online following an international press event for the firm in the US last week.
First up is Forza Horizon, a new entry in the popular racing series. Sister site Develop reveals that as well as dropping the number in its title, the game has also dropped developer Turn 10 – it will be made by UK outfit Playground Games.
A teaser trailer for the game can be viewed below.
Joining Forza Horizon on the leaked list is a brand new entry in the Fable series – Fable Heroes. This time Microsoft itself is to blame for the info outburst, after a listing for the game accidentally appeared on Xbox Live.
The game will offer a more cartoony take on the Fable universe that seemingly offers a wide assortment of play styles and four player co-op. Lionhead is still credited as its developer.
The official blurb reads: “Fable Heroes is a fresh spin on the beloved Fable franchise in which up to four players play both cooperatively and competitively in this hack-and-slash adventure. Work together as heroes of Albion to defeat familiar foes and new enemies while collecting as many gold coins as possible to unlock upgrades, characters, and items in both this game and Fable: The Journey for Kinect for Xbox 360.”
And speaking of Fable: The Journey, info on Xbox.com suggests that the Kinect-controlled title will arrive on September 4th.