They've also said to expact another pack of tables before the end of 2018.
I've been playing the beta versions of these tables since the day it was announced and they are fabulous. Big-time improvement over what Farsight was doing. 5 years ago, after much frustration with Farsight, I was saying, "Man, please give me real pinball games done with Zen polish and skill". Well, that's what we're getting now and it's awesome.
Each table will also have a "remastered" mode that can be toggled with the touch of a button. That "Zen-ifies" the table. You get 3d animated characters, Zen physics (instead of realistic), wall art, and lots of graphic flourishes. The toggle is really fast and it works great. The differences between the two versions are very apparent immediately.
Along with these tables being better than their Farsight versions, we should also get access to more licensed tables than what Farsight could do. Zen already has an extensive history with the biggest licenses in the world - Star Wars, Universal films, Marvel, South Park, etc. There's no reason to believe that Indiana Jones, the SImpsons, and other expensive licenses would be out of reach for Farsight.`
I am super-pumped for this development and can't wait to see what we get from Zen. Having listened to the Zen guys on podcasts, they are really dedicated and are listening to what people what. They actively monitored the DIgitalPinballFans forum closely and feedback on there went directly into updates on the beta versions of the Williams tables.