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Zen Pinball Announces new Bally Williams Digital Release & More

Zen Pinball provided an update on its new Pinball FX platform this afternoon. First and foremost, the company revealed its next Bally Williams table release, Williams' 1988 classic Swords of Fury. LIONMAN! I just checked and it appears as though the new table is not available for purchase through the company's old platform, FX3, like the last release, Indiana Jones, was. At least it's not on my Nintendo Switch, which is disappointing.


Swords of Fury will cost 60 tickets, which is essentially $6.00. Zen will release a brand new Williams table next month.


In other new content news, Zen announced that it has reached an agreement with Toho and Universal to create three brand new Monsterverse for Pinball FX. One will likely be based on Godzilla and one on King Kong.


Beyond new tables, Zen stated that it is revising the ticket system that is uses to sell tables on its new platform. It will now provide users with a "Build your Bundle" discount for multiple purchases within a brand and for the quantity of tables purchased at one time.


Last but not least, Zen also announced the launch of cabinet mode in Pinball FX in today's update. Cabinet Mode is free during the software's Early Access period. After that is over, cabinet mode will be available on a "Pay What You Want" basis both on-line and off-line.



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Kanti Dinda
Kanti Dinda
May 26, 2022

As much as I appreciate these FX recreations, I find the FX Steam and Switch interface cumbersome and the animations annoying even though I know many can be turned off.


Would also be great to see other licenses from Stern or DE.

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Jason
Jason
May 26, 2022
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Yeah I always turn the extra animations off as well. They're distracting. I enjoy playing FX3 on Switch but I haven't tried the new FX yet because I do almost all of my PC gaming through Steam, not the Epic Store. There's been rumors that Zen was going to do something with Stern for a while now, but I haven't seen any evidence that it's going to happen. I sure hope that it does. I enjoy playing around with the digital tables while I'm laying around after a long day. It requires a lot less effort than playing real pinball lol. It's not the same, but in my world, there's a place for it.

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