Telltale Games has announced that Poker Night 2 is no longer available for sale. The game was a crossover poker game from 2013, sequel to the 2010 poker crossover game Poker Night at the Inventory, and spiritual successor to Telltale’s first game Telltale Texas Hold’em Poker. It was a single player game that allowed either Texas Hold’em and Omaha Hold’em rules of play that pit the unseen player character against several characters from pop culture, including Max from Steve Purcell’s Sam & Max, Ash Williams from Army of Darkness, Brock Samson from The Venture Bros., and Claptrap from Borderlands, with GLaDOS from Portal as the dealer.
Telltale released a statement explaining the reason that the game is no longer available for sale.
Poker Night 2 has been withdrawn from sale on digital platforms due to the expiration of our digital distribution agreement. We currently do not have any plans to renew this agreement.
If you already purchased the game, you can still redownload it from the platform on which you bought it. Telltale has posted a support article explaining the process.
This doesn’t affect Telltale’s other poker games, as Telltale Texas Hold’em and Poker Night at the Inventory remain available for sale.