Ripstone Games’ brand new IP Poker Club, is out now for PC, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 priced at £19.99/€24.99/$24.99. On Xbox platforms Poker Club includes Smart Delivery meaning players only have to buy Poker Club once to get the game on all Xbox One and Xbox Series platforms. On PlayStation platforms Poker Club will also support free cross-gen purchases for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions. A Nintendo Switch version of Poker Club is planned for 2021.
On PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Poker Club has been engineered to make the most of next-generation hardware and technologies. Poker Club boasts 4K visuals at 60fps, with the latest graphical features across PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. With its incredible visuals, bespoke Club mechanic and plethora of game modes, all available with a full online multiplayer suite, Poker Club offers gamers the ultimate next-generation poker experience on all platforms. In an update coming shortly after launch Poker Club will add support for advanced haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to leverage the full power of PlayStation 5 and truly immerse players in the game like never before.
“We’re delighted to share that Poker Club is now available on PC, Xbox and PlayStation platforms! It’s been a dream for us to develop the ultimate poker experience and with the latest technologies from our hardware and software partners, we’ve managed to make it happen,” said Jamie Brayshaw of Ripstone Games. “Poker Club will offer players more ways to play with friends, fellow card-game fans and serious poker enthusiasts around the world. During this time where people are forced to be further apart than ever, we’re hopeful that Poker Club offers a way to bring back the classic human experience of sitting around a table and playing cards.”
“We knew Poker Club would be coming to next-generation platforms when we began development and were confident that such powerful consoles would allow us to level up on everything from immersion to visual fidelity,” said Phil Gaskell, Game Director at Ripstone Games. “However, we were blown away by Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. As soon as we started working on both platforms it became clear that our vision of creating the poker simulation we’ve always dreamed of, was about to become a reality.”