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Pinball FX2 VR’s Movie-Based Tables Come to PlayStation VR and HTC Vive

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jaws and Back to the Future all feature.

Last month the rather excellent Pinball FX2 VR for Oculus Rift, Oculus Go and Samsung Gear VR saw an update adding three film inspired tables to the videogame. Today, Zen Studios has announced that the Universal Classic pack has been made available for PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.

The three-table pinball pack has been inspired by E.T. the Extra-TerrestrialJaws, and Back to the Future, with each one featuring unique design and gameplay elements that helps to bring the pinball experience to life.

On the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial table players meet and greet the famous character before the fun begins, with E.T. giving you a little wave then as the game progresses the character will extend his neck and look over the table to see how you’re doing.

Then there’s the table with plenty of bite, as Jaws will have you hanging on for dear life. You find yourself at sea with a dorsal fin encircling you, the only thing to hold onto is the pinball table. Just when you least expect it you’ll get a nice pleasant visit from a great white shark.

Last (but certainly not least) is the Back to the Future table. Travel through time with Doc Brown and Marty on their epic adventures. Watch as the Delorean races off the table and around the floor approaching 88 miles per hour.

“The Pinball FX2 VR version features every bit of film-adapting gameplay that resonated so well with critics and fans alike, from E.T. collecting candy in a cornfield to Marty McFly showcasing his skills at arcade shooting and players braving the open waters in a shark cage for an exciting multi-ball mode,” states Zen Studios.

In addition to the new DLC for PlayStation VR and HTC Vive Zen Studios has also introduced Oculus Touch controller optimization and support. The Universal Classic pack can be downloaded now, with a retail price on Steam of £15.49 GBP. For any further updates keep reading VRFocus.

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