You've played The Elder Scrolls Online, strolled the HD streets of Skyrim and seen the breathtaking views of Dishonored 2's 'Clockwork Mansion'. It can only go up for the views of Bethesda's ground-breaking franchises, so where does that leave them? On a Pinball FX2 table, of course.
Buried deep within Steam is a section of games dedicated to the 'Casual' playerbase. Usually a title reserved for those looking to give reason to another player's lack of skill, this section of Steam is for the titles you play to unwind or pretend to be a train conductor.
And what better way to unwind than a bit of pinball. You don't see them lining the outer walls of your favourite diner anymore. This isn't the 70s. But they're very much still alive - albeit mostly in virtual form, unless you're willing to look in the right place.
We don't have much to show for it, but there's even a Portal 2 table!
And with the latest update to Pinball FX2, you can bash a ball around a table designed to mimic the harrowing hellscapes of DOOM, perilous peaks of Skyrim or the post-apocalyptic wastelands of Fallout fame. They'll set you back a good £8 for the set - or more if you don't already own Pinball FX2 - but you'll have a way to get your Bethesda fill without getting lost in a captivating virtual world for hours after a promised 'Just 30 minutes' lunch break escape.
You can take a close look through the many screenshots on the Steam Store page. You can buy it there too. Naturally.