Bethesda Pinball Will Feature Fallout, Doom, The Elder Scrolls
(Last Updated On: November 20, 2016)

Zen Studios and Bethesda have teamed up together for a new pinball experience called Bethesda Pinball.

The new pinball title will feature Doom, The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. The three tables will see players battling through themed maps that will see players blasting balls through research facilities on Mars, going through the trek of the Dragonborn to complete the misssion.

They offer up a light teaser trailer, but gamers didn’t seem to like it much, downvoting it pretty badly. It wasn’t downvoted into oblivion like the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare debut trailer, but it’s still bad enough.

The Doommap is easily the most inspired. It features a Cyberdemon overlooking the table while the Doom Guy has a BFG on the other side of the map. Performing the appropriate tasks will allow the Doom Guy to fire off the BFG at the Cyberdemon.

The whole table is setup on an industrial scaffold over a UAE Mars station.

The Elder Scolls map is based around Skyrim, with the Dragonborn in the center of the table, a dragon above the hero, and various other relics and runes sprinkled across the board. There’s a dragon at the top of the table and another hero on the left side firing a magic attack at the dragon.

Each of the three tables from Zen Pinball and Bethesda will be available for the Xbox One, PS4 and Steam, starting December 10th.

Zen has been working with a lot of different brands to make a number of different tables based on popular cultural items like Terminator and Star Wars.

I’m not entirely sure why some people aren’t happy about the teaser trailer, maybe because it doesn’t show anything or maybe because they feel as if they’re milking properties the way Telltale has milked properties? It’s not possible to know because they disabled comments on the video.

Anyway, you can visit the official website to learn more about three new tables.

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