If you've seen the film, you know it does perhaps more planet-hopping than any other film in the series. While it will ultimately be best remembered for its explosive finale on the beaches of Scarif, it's hard to forget what went down in the craggy fissures of Eadu or on the sandswept desert moon Jedha. Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One
goes the distance, even taking into account special weather effects to really hammer home the fact that you're "playing" scenes from the movie.
I remember being rather surprised at how unmemorable I found Michael Giacchino's original soundtrack for Rogue One. I suppose Zen Studios feels the same way; either that, or they had some licensing troubles. Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One's accompanying soundtrack is John Williams' movement covering the Battle of Yavin. A good enough choice, though it feels bizarrely anachronistic. I suppose this is the price of a franchise being literally all over the place.