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'Skyrim' and 'Fallout' immortalized as virtual pinball machines

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Tom Regan, @grapedosmil
December 7, 2016
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Xbox One and PC owners can now get their hands on Bethesda's all-new Skyrim, Fallout and Doom... themed pinball machines. Available today as DLC for the free game Pinball FX 2, Microsoft gamers can trial these new tables for a limited time at no extra cost. If, however, you find yourself wanting to return to Bethesda's machines, the pack of three will set you back $11 (£8).

While we're not usually ones to get excited about digital pinball, the level of detail in these lovingly crafted machines really is something else. Featuring fully rendered models of fire-breathing dragons, vault-dwellers unleashing VAT-powered shots and even Skyrim's lock-picking mini-game, these detail-packed pinball machines are bursting with game references.

Given the recent release of Dishonored 2, the franchise's omission seems like a bit of an odd decision. Still, with the Prey reboot only a few months away (and these tables costing nothing to try) this is a cheap way to satisfy that Bethesda itch.

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