Zen Pinball 2 PS4 Is Backwards Compatible (Full Table List Included)
I’m an enormous fan of pinball. It always has been, and always will be, one of my favorite coin-op arcade games. One of the biggest issues with loving pinball prior to 2008 is that it was tough to quench your thirst on a regular basis. Zen Studios changed that with Zen Pinball. After getting some traction, they released Zen Pinball 2. From there they’ve been able to secure licenses to notable IP’s from Marvel Comics, Lucasfilm and EA.
As we near the release of Zen Pinball 2 on PS4, we’ve been clued into the fact that the title will run a silky smooth 60fps at full 1080p resolution. The 20 tables that will make it onto Sony‘s new console have also been revealed. The full table library is as follows:
Star Wars™ Pinball
Star Wars™ Pinball: Balance of the Force
Marvel Pinball™:Avengers Chronicles
Marvel’s Doctor Strange (Brand new!!! Also available on PS3 and PS Vita)
Plants vs. Zombies™ Pinball
Some of the collections like Marvel Pinball and Star Wars Pinball include multiple tables. Sorcerer’s Lair is being offered free with the initial download of Zen Pinball 2. Another notable fact to keep in mind is that Zen Pinball 2 PS4 supports backwards compatibility (for the 20 available tables). That means any tables you’ve purchased on PS3 and PS Vita can easily be imported onto the PS4 version. Even if they were acquired through a service like PS+. The phrase “Most content you have purchased in Zen Pinball 2 on PS3 can be transferred to Zen Pinball 2 on PS4.” was used. We’re thinking the statement is referring to tables that aren’t available on the PS4 version, but that remains to be seen. Also note that tables are only able to be imported FROM PS3 to PS4, not the other way around.
Zen Pinball 2 is set to release December 24th, barring any further delays.
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