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Ripstone Games played a great hand recently by announcing the official release date for Poker Club, but now they’ve dealt us a brand new video. It’s essentially a developer walkthrough video that unveils almost everything you need to know about the ultimate poker experience coming to PC and consoles, Poker Club. So, on behalf of Ripstone, welcome to the Poker Club!

Poker Club is designed as a social experience, featuring tournaments for over 200 players to partake in; aiming to capitalise on the increasing online community-led nature of gaming by connecting keen players with friends and poker fans around the world. In this fascinating gameplay video ‘Welcome to Poker Club’, Creative Director Phil Gaskell takes us through a guided tour of the game, thus providing an overview of what Poker Club will offer players when they join the table next month. In addition to that, Phil plays through a few hands at the 80’s inspired Number One Park Hill penthouse. 

This first look at the gameplay reveals the immersive first-person camera perspective Ripstone has employed throughout, which really allows the level of detail within to shine. You’ll also be able to see some lovely ray tracing effects, high quality assets created for up to 4K resolutions and the silky smooth 60fps performance. As it has been built using Unreal Engine 4, making the most of the state of the art PCs and next-generation consoles, Poker Club is expected to be the quintessential Texas Hold’em experience of 2020, and beyond. 

Don’t forget, Poker Club launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC owners on 19th November – with a Nintendo Switch version coming in 2021. For now though, feel free to give the developer gameplay video, ‘Welcome to Poker Club’, a watch and then let us know your thoughts via the comments section below. 

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