Bethesda and Zen Studios are delighted to announce ‘Bethesda Pinball’, a DLC pack based on Bethesda’s epic gaming universes. That’s right, we are talking about Fallout, Doom and The Elder Scrolls. They are available on Zen Studio’s pinball platforms starting today.
Pinball FX2, is seen as a powerful yet casual gaming title. And has persisted since its original introduction on the Xbox 360 in 2010 as an Xbox Live Arcade title. Its PC version (for Windows 8) came out in 2012, whereas it landed on Xbox One in 2014.
Zen Studios, along with Microsoft Studios have maintained their commendable efforts to keep the game on track over the years. The constant patches, new features and downloadable content (DLC) for the game shows how dedicated they are on keeping the game alive. And now, there is a DLC version launched alongside the Bethesda pinball release for Xbox One, Windows 10, and Windows 10 Mobile.
Bethesda Pinball full features:
Priced at $10.99, the game brings the following aspects to the table:
Explore the secrets of the Wasteland in a world decimated by nuclear war, join Factions, raid Vaults and collect Bobbleheads on the Fallout Pinball table
Fight your way through the UAC research facility, taking on hordes of demons to earn the Demon Slayer name on the DOOM Pinball table.
Craft weapons, wield magic, equip armor, buy and sell goods, mine materials, find trainers and complete side quests before defeating Alduin and fulfilling your destiny as the Dragonborn on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Pinball table
- Leaderboards, score tracking, exciting social features, and more
Although, you’ll need to buy and download the Bethesda Pinball DLC separately.
Just by the iconic title names, we can anticipate the three fantastic pinball tables, laid in an inimical environment. We can imagine the post-nuclear wasteland of Fallout, the hordes of demons in Doom and the enchanting environ of Elder Scrolls. Each incorporated creatively in a Pinball gaming milieu.
Check out its trailer here:
The Bethesda Pinball is now up for grabs on Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows PCs on Steam. Also, on the Windows Store, on the Mac, and the PlayStation Network. The DLC will roll out for mobile platforms on Thursday.