Bethesda Pinball

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Game play.

Bethesda Pinball is a stand-alone app for Google Play and the iOS App Store and a downloadable content pack on Steam, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and other platforms for Pinball FX3 by Zen Studios. It was released on December 6, 2016,[1] and consists of three pinball tables, each themed after a different Bethesda-published game series: Fallout, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Doom (2016).

The Doom-themed virtual pinball table pits the Doom Slayer against the cyberdemon in its ultimate goal, allowing the demon to be attacked with the marine's BFG-9000 when the proper conditions have been met. The table itself is made up of elements taken from the Foundry, Lazarus Labs, and Kadingir Sanctum, and appears to be situated in an outdoor area near the UAC Mars Base.

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From Steam - Pinball FX3 Bethesda Pinball

Stay alive in the stunning yet hostile environments in three fantastic pinball tables inspired by the most iconic Bethesda franchises.
* 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.

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  1. BarbieBobomb (6 December 2016). "Bethesda and Zen Studios Team Up for an Epic Pinball Pack." Zen Studios Blog. Retrieved 25 April 2018.