Poker Night 2 will be released on Windows PC and Mac via Steam, Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network within the next week, and will eventually come to iOS, developer Telltale Games announced yesterday.
It will be available first on XBLA, where it will be released April 24 worldwide for 800 Microsoft Points ($10). The Steam version, which supports Steam Play across PC and Mac, will launch April 26 worldwide; it's currently available for pre-order for $4.99, and includes a free copy of Poker Night at the Inventory. Poker Night 2 will be released April 30 on PSN in North America, and while Telltale doesn't have a final release date for the European PSN, the studio expects to launch the game there May 1.
Telltale also announced that Poker Night 2 is on its way to iOS, and promised "more details soon."
The crossover poker title stars Steve Purcell's Sam and Max characters, Claptrap from the Borderlands games, Ash from Evil Dead and Brock Samson from The Venture Bros., with Portal AI GLaDOS as the dealer.
We've reached out to the studio to confirm pricing on all platforms, and will update this article with any information we receive.
Update: A Telltale representative confirmed that the XBLA and PSN versions will cost 800 Microsoft Points and $9.99, respectively, while the PC and Mac version will cost $4.99 on Steam.
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