These two new Xbox One card games can be pre-ordered right now

Two new upcoming card games are now available to pre-order and pre-download on Xbox One consoles ahead of their release dates, Prominence Poker and Uno.

Prominence Poker is a poker video game which mixes in story elements and levelling to create a more unique experience. The game supports multiplayer matches, leaderboards, and online rankings with more features promised to arrive after launch.

Here’s the official game description: Welcome to Prominence Poker, a game that pits players from around the world against each other–and devious AI–to build the rep, prestige, and bankroll needed to be, and beat, the best of the best.

Set in the city of Prominence, a gambling Mecca founded by crooked folks looking to go straight, players will face down four factions as they play their way solo to a final showdown with “The Mayor”–the mysterious town founder who will guide the player through their career.

Pre-order Prominence Poker on Xbox One

This new Uno video game is a digital version of the popular Uno card game that most gamers would be familiar with. This latest Uno video game is an improvement over the Xbox 360 and Windows 8 versions and has added support for video chat in-game and a variety of options to allow players to customize their games as much as they want.

Here’s the official game description: One of the most iconic classic games which we all grew to know and love! UNO makes its return with an assortment of exciting new features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun!

Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against others to empty your hand before everyone else in either Classic play or customize your experience with a variety of House Rules and match settings to ensure you and your friends never play the same game twice!

Pre-order Uno on Xbox One

Are you looking forward to Prominence Poker or Uno on Xbox One? Let us know which one in the comments below.

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