Pinball FX 2 Now Available on Xbox One
Written Thursday, August 14, 2014 By Alan PettitView author's profile
Originally planned for July 31st, Zen Studios delayed its Xbox One release of Pinball FX 2 to an unspecified date in August to include the ability to transfer purchased tables from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One at no additional charge. That date is today (or more specifically late last night) and you can now download the Pinball FX 2 client for free here. The client comes with one free table, Sorcerer's Lair, which offers 10 achievements and 1,000 Gamerscore. The DLC tables are all planned to include achievements worth 10 Gamerscore each, though they are all currently worth zero. There is an Xbox Live Service Alert regarding achievements, and Zen is aware of the issue as well. Sniper Elite 3 and Outlast both had this issue at launch, and were fixed within a day or two, so expect the issue to be resolved quickly. Check our "Latest Achievements" feed for an update when the fix is applied.
You can find instructions on how to import your tables from Xbox 360 here. For newcomers, the following tables are all currently available for purchase:
- Mars ($2.49)
- Deadpool ($2.99)
- Epic Quest ($2.49)
- Paranormal ($2.49)
- Fantastic Four ($2.99)
- Doctor Strange ($2.99)
- Marvel Civil War ($2.99)
- Captain America ($2.99)
- Guardians of the Galaxy ($2.99)
- Star Wars: Episode V, Boba Fett, The Clone Wars ($9.99)
- Zen Classics: Shaman, El Dorado, Tesla and V12 ($9.99)
- Marvel Pinball: Ghost Rider, Moon Knight, Thor, and X-Men ($9.99)
- Pinball FX2 Core: Biolab, Pasha, Rome, Secrets of the Deep ($9.99)
- Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, Starfighter Assault, Darth Vader ($9.99)
- Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, Han Solo, Droids, Masters of the Force ($9.99)
- Marvel Pinball: World War Hulk, Infinity Gauntlet, The Avengers, and Fear Itself ($9.99)
The Walking Dead table is set for an August 28th release, with the Excalibur table, Earth Defense table, and Marvel Pinball pack all coming soon but delayed due to an issue with the table transfer process. Plants vs. Zombies, Street Fighter II, and Super League Football will all be ported to Xbox One in the future, while there are currently no plans for Xbox One versions of Ms. Splosion Man, Rocky & Bullwinkle, or Nightmare Mansion.
Check out a snippet of each table in the Pinball FX 2 launch trailer below.