The best-looking virtual poker simulation Poker Club will take a seat at the PlayStation 5 table in time for the next-gen console’s European launch on 19th November, with 4K visuals, 60 frames-per-second, and raytracing on the – ahem – cards. For the record, those of you in North America will also be able to play the game on the abovementioned date, but we had to be specific about which console launch the title will be hitting because you know what the Internet’s like.
The release will also be available on the PlayStation 4, and there’ll be a free PS4 to PS5 upgrade if you’re not planning to pick up the new console just yet. Curiously, the next-gen version will leverage the DualSense’s haptic feedback features, and will even boast 200-person tournaments, powered by cross-play across PlayStation systems. You can check out a trailer embedded above, and be sure to let us know whether you’ll be folding or not in the comments section.
Animations looks like poop, but it will be nice to have a poker game that is not only about cards on Switch.
Personally, I've never seen the point of card and board games on computers/consoles.
The point of poker and such is the risk/reward of losing/winning cash, which I've never found carries over to a videogame.
For board games, the appeal (for me at least) is the tactile feel of rolling the dice and moving the pieces... and in some cases, arguing with family over the implementation and/or interpretation of certain rules... which again, you don't get in a videogame version.
Still, if it's your thing, more power to ya.
What's the point of this?
Poker on consoles, don't get it myself.
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