Zen Studios is bringing Star Wars Pinball to the Nintendo Switch in a special digital and physical release.
The collection brings together every Star Wars pinball table developed by Zen Studios in one package. It will be released on the Nintendo eShop and at retail in September.
The Nintendo Switch release will support HD rumble, as well as Tate mode for vertical screen display. It will also include an exclusive online Galactic Struggle feature that lets players to contribute points to the light or dark side of the Force.
A brand new career mode also gives Padawans the chance to level their way up the ranks of the Jedi or Sith and unlock special Force Power bonuses.
Star Wars Pinball – List of Tables
- A New Hope
- The Empire Strikes Back
- Return of the Jedi
- The Force Awakens
- The Last Jedi
- Rogue One
- Ahch-To Island
- Battle of Mimban
- Boba Fett
- Calrissian Chronicles
- The Clone Wars
- Darth Vader
- Han Solo
- Masters of the Force
- Might of the First Order
- Starfighter Assault
We’re big fans of Zen Studio’s pinball video games, and although we’re pleased as punch to hear about this release, it’s a shame that the tables don’t appear to be coming to the excellent Pinball FX3 as downloadable content. Grumble, we shall.
If you can’t wait until September, all of the above Star Wars pinball tables are available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile.
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