Poker game heads to Xbox 360 and Windows 8
A free-play poker game is set to launch on Xbox 360 and Windows 8 later this year.
World Series of Poker: Full House Pro will offer a range of game modes from single player through to full tournaments, with commentary provided by ESPN’s real-life WSOP announcers Lon McEachern and Norman Chad.
Players will receive a fresh stack of chips every day as they attempt to climb the leaderboard, with competitors able to challenge opponents of any level.
Special game modes include head-to-head Pro Takedowns and an All-in Pro Takedown Tournament.
The cross-platform game can be played interchangeably on either Xbox 360 or Windows 8.
The title is set for release in the Spring, with Microsoft stating that they hope World Series of Poker: Full House Pro will give players “the authenticity of a live WSOP event, delivering the most realistic poker experience possible to TVs and Windows 8 devices around the world”.