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Wednesday, 30 July 2014 08:09

Zen hears Xbox One feedback on Pinball FX2

Written by David Stellmack

Purchased tables on 360 can now be transferred

We told you about Pinball FX2 coming to the Xbox One. That in itself was not big news, but the inability to transferred tables purchased on the Xbox 360 over to the Xbox One version sure did make big waves with players who voiced their concerns to Zen and Microsoft, letting them know that this was nothing short of highway robbery.

We have now learned that Zen Studios and Microsoft have heard your feedback loud and clear. Table transfers between the Xbox 360 and Xbox One version of Pinball FX2 will be now happening right from the launch of Pinball FX2 on the Xbox One. This means that any table that was previously purchased on the Xbox 360 can be imported into the Xbox One version of Pinball FX2 for free. Great news!

Now for the bad news, in order to complete the development necessary to make this happen, Zen will need a little more development time which means that the Xbox One version of Pinball FX2 is going to experience a slight release delay. This means that Zen isn’t going to make its targeted release this week, but instead push Pinball FX2 to release next month so that this most desirable feature can be added and properly tested prior to release.

Zen wants to thank everyone for their feedback and feedback to Microsoft that led to Microsoft working with them to help them implement this feature into the Xbox One version of Pinball FX2. It is good that Microsoft took the feedback so seriously and wanted to make it happen. Let’s hope that this is a continued good sign from Microsoft that they are listening to what the users of the Xbox One want.

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