The next installment in World Series of Poker's video game franchise, World Series of Poker: Full House Pro, includes a free-to-play element for users on Xbox live Arcade and Windows 8, developer Microsoft Studios announced.
Players will gain access to a stack of free chips every day to use in-game and begin their climb up the leaderboard while challenging players at any level.
Full House Pro includes a single-player mode for practice rounds prior to heading into online specialty games. These online games include eight head-to-head "pro take-downs" and an "all-in pro take-down tournament."
Throughout games, ESPN announcers Lon McEachern and Norman Chad provide commentary. In addition, Full House Pro features cross-platform compatibility between Xbox 360 and Windows 8, allowing players to resume their game between both platforms.
World Series of Poker: Full House Pro launches this spring.
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