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Win big with Balatro on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, PC

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Balatro on xbox
Get eyes on Balatro on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC

In need of a new poker fix and are looking to win big? We’re not sure there are going to be too many better options than those found in Balatro as it goes all-in on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. 

See, Balatro is going big, looking to own the table with the hands it puts down. It brings together poker with some roguelike mechanics. And then it chucks deck building on top. The aim? To create and deal with some of the most powerful of synergies that you’ll find in a game of cards, all in hope of winning big. 

Win big with Balatro

Different from the usual poker games that land on Xbox, Balatro is found trying things new. It’s playable on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, giving players the opportunity to go combining hands with Joker cards, creating some of the most illegal hands known to humankind. 

With bonus hands to hunt down, decks to uncover and blinds to beat, Balatro certainly seems to have a lot about it. We’ll find out for sure how those things come together as our full review of Balatro on Xbox Series X|S comes to the table. 

For now, for a price of £12.49, this should well be a tempting little card affair. Grab a download of Balatro on Xbox from the Xbox Store. 

Alternatively, Balatro is also on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. 

Let us know if you’ll be giving this a go. Or will you be sticking to the tried and trusted poker found in the likes of Four Kings?

Balatro Description

Balatro is a poker-inspired roguelike deck builder all about creating powerful synergies and winning big.

The poker roguelike. Balatro is a hypnotically satisfying deckbuilder where you play illegal poker hands, discover game-changing jokers, and trigger adrenaline-pumping, outrageous combos.

Combine valid poker hands with unique Joker cards in order to create varied synergies and builds. Earn enough chips to beat devious blinds, all while uncovering hidden bonus hands and decks as you progress. You’re going to need every edge you can get in order to reach the boss blind, beat the final ante and secure victory.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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