Today, while speaking at BAFTA’s Annual Video Games Lecture in London, Peter Molyneux revealed that a micro-transaction system will present in Fable III.

During his speech, in which Mr. Molyneux outlined his vision of the future of what games will become, Molyneux announced that the next game in the Fable series will feature a in-game shop in which additional DLC will be made available to players.

In Fable III’s shop, Molyneux is proposing that items such as weapons and eqipment will be available for a nominal fee of around £1, while access to new in-game areas -such as Knothole Island in Fable 2- could cost more. Ultimately, the man behind fable is looking to an in-game store to provide a more balanced relationship between a game and its DLC.

Later that same evening Mr. Molyneux responded to a question regarding industry retail models by revealing that Lionhead is even considering selling Fable III walkthroughs in the store, however, keep in mind that this is just one of many ideas being bounced around. And if there’s one thing we're learned Mr. Molyneux isn’t short of, it’s amazing ideas.