Ripstone Games has announced that Poker Club is in development for Nintendo Switch, that, designed as a social experience, will look to connect players and poker fans from around the world.
The Unreal Engine 4-developed game has looked to deliver “the most immersive and social poker simulation ever,” with the chance to create or join a club, compete on leaderboards and participate in tournaments for more than 200 players.
With cross-platform and cross-generation play, you can work towards shared goals to unlock in-game rewards.
You can jump into the PCC Poker Tour, an immersive online career mode, while other online multiplayer modes range from Single-Table and Multi-Table tournaments to Freezeouts, Shootouts, Turbos, Super Turbos, Bounties and more.
, Poker Club offers a variety of online multiplayer modes featuring customisable private games, open tables and full-scale tournaments. With an advanced Poker 101 tutorial system featuring advice for beginners and advanced players alike, Poker Club offers a jackpot of poker fun for all.
There are seven “meticulously detailed arenas” to play in such as the grungy basement of Ralph’s Pizzeria to the glitz of Casino d’Oro, with player customisation options seeing you unlock apparel and exclusive table items.
“Poker Club is going to be the ultimate poker experience when it launches this year. Not only will it fully leverage the power of next-gen PC and console technology, but more importantly it will offer players a highly immersive social experience,” explains Ripstone Games’ Phil Gaskell.
“We’ve included everything we’ve ever wanted to see in a poker game, so that players can enjoy the fantasy of living the life of a poker pro, touring the incredible locations you might see in TV and films. The in-game Clubs and huge range of events combine to create a refreshing new poker experience, bringing players from around the world together and offering more ways to play than ever before on PC and console.”
Poker Club will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in 2020.