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    Default Ball Rolling Sound Effect?

    Now I know what you're thinking, most of you probably haven't even noticed it (yet!), but go and play any other version of Pinball FX/FX2, or Zen Pinball/2, and you'll notice that as you knock the ball around the playfield, that it makes a satisfyingly weighty ball rolling sound.

    Now boot up Pinball FX2 on Xbox One. Hear that? That's right, you can't hear anything, because that sound effect isn't there!

    Is this a conscious decision on Zen's part, or a bug that needs to be patched?

    I'd love to know please Zen!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BBIAJ View Post
    Now I know what you're thinking, most of you probably haven't even noticed it (yet!), but go and play any other version of Pinball FX/FX2, or Zen Pinball/2, and you'll notice that as you knock the ball around the playfield, that it makes a satisfyingly weighty ball rolling sound.

    Now boot up Pinball FX2 on Xbox One. Hear that? That's right, you can't hear anything, because that sound effect isn't there!

    Is this a conscious decision on Zen's part, or a bug that needs to be patched?

    I'd love to know please Zen!


    Hit me up on Twitch @BBIAJ
    I'm curious about this too....the xbox one tables seem a lot more quieter in general than the 360 tables, and that must be why.....was there ever an answer for this?

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    The ball rolling sound effect seems to have been sneaked in somewhere at some point, I certainly don't remember it being there before, but it's incredibly quiet, even with the effects slider maxed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBIAJ View Post
    The ball rolling sound effect seems to have been sneaked in somewhere at some point, I certainly don't remember it being there before, but it's incredibly quiet, even with the effects slider maxed out.
    Ya, i played around with the sliders a bit, without much success........the 360 tables sounded a lot better overall than the ones for the ONE. Wonder why they changed the overall sound environment, which seemed to be perfect on the 360

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    Hi, I just posted a new thread before reading this one, thought it was my xbox sound problem.

    I am glad its not just me, I noticed the games feeling a bit empty while playing and then realised that the ball roll sound and also the bumper sounds are not on the xbox one versions.

    Hopefully its a glitch that will be fixed soon as it makes a big difference while playing.

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