Black Knight Sword of Rage Pro Pinball Game Trailer – Stern Pinball 2019


HE’S BACK! The iconic pinball character, the Black Knight, returns to entertain a new generation of pinball players with the third game in the Black Knight franchise, Black Knight: Sword of Rage!

For the first time ever, players will explore, discover, and unlock the secrets of the Black Knight universe. Navigating through these dark, mysterious, and twisted realms, players will uncover foes, demons, riches, and secrets in their quest against the Black Knight. Black Knight: Sword of Rage pinball machines will be available in Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition models.

“There’s nothing more iconic in the pinball universe than the Black Knight character,” said Gary Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball, Inc. “Created by game designer Steve “The King” Ritchie, the Black Knight has always taunted and antagonized players to battle him and now, for the first time, players will be able to fight back.”

Stern’s Black Knight: Sword of Rage Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition models feature stunning and distinctive hand-drawn art in homage to this pinball icon. Each game features a custom sculpted, interactive, and multi-functional Black Knight bash toy. This interactive Black Knight toy features a bi-directional motorized flail, a glowing RGB helmet with individually controllable expressive lighting to interact and taunt players with custom speech, and a sliding coil-driven shield that will bash and block your shots.

All models include the distinct “Magna-Save”, a player-controlled magnet used to prevent a ball from draining, and timed resetting drop targets. In addition, Black Knight: Sword of Rage features a legacy sound package composed and performed by Scott Ian of Anthrax with Brendon Small, adrenalizing the audio experience for players on their journey, and custom speech by Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies.

The Premium and Limited Edition models both feature a transparent upper playfield with a distinct 3-ball lock mechanism, giving players the ability to achieve a 6-ball multiball.

The Limited Edition – 600 units globally – includes additional unique features such as an exclusive mirrored backglass, anti-reflection pinball glass, shaker motor, exclusive custom art blades, a custom autographed bottom arch, a sequentially numbered plaque, and exclusive battle art custom themed cabinet artwork.

Complementing the immersive theme and exciting gameplay experience, Stern Pinball’s powerful SPIKE™ electronics hardware system enables high-definition graphics and innovative animations on the high-definition video display. SPIKE™ reduces system complexity and energy usage resulting in enhanced reliability and simplified servicing. The state-of-the-art electronic system also powers a high-fidelity 3-channel audio system that is three times more powerful than audio systems of previous generations.

Pricing and Availability:

Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price:

MSRP for sales to USA end-users, before any VAT, GST, Sales Tax, Duties, or other taxes.
Pro Model: $US 5,999
Premium Model: $US 7,599
Limited Edition Model: $US 8,999

Black Knight: Sword of Rage pinball is available through authorized Stern Pinball distributors and dealers around the world.



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  1. Well Stern.. You went there. Feck!!.. Really happy you took all the cues from BK2K. Hope it's just as fast. If this is the shape of things to come.. High Speed 3 is sorely needed.

  2. This game will rock as long as there aren't lyrics to the music. 
    "You've got the power…You've got the might." 
    "Noooo waaay." 
    "Get ready for battle…he's the Black Knight."

  3. Just when I was about to say Stern did something good, they go ahead and make a third BK without an upper PF. You know, the thing that makes Black Knight the Black Knight. OF COURSE if you actually want to play a BLACK KNIGHT GAME you need to shell out an extra $2K for the Premium. What a useless company.

  4. Not too many pins with 3 generations of machines. Black Knight original was 1980. Black Knight 2000 in 1990 and now Black Knight Sword of Rage. Looks pretty good but I do like the 2 level play field older versions.

  5. Oh, you wanted the upper playfield that Black Knights are known for? Well, that's gonna cost you an extra thousand bucks… No wonder there are rumors of Steve leaving this mess behind…

  6. SO stoked. I'm going to need to play it to see if it's great enough for me to sacrifice 2 or three of my other machines to get it. WIll it be different enough to sit next to BK2K?

  7. I’m a little disappointed the pro doesn’t have an upper play field, but it still looks pretty fun. GIVE ME YOUR MONEY


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