Ubisoft’s Uno coming to Xbox One and PC

John White By: John White
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There’s one particular video game that never gets boring, and that’s Uno. It’s probably the most fun card game out there because of its timeless simplicity and evergreen challenge. While the game has been available for the Xbox 360 since 2006, it is now coming to both the Xbox One and PC.

Ubisoft, the developer behind Uno, is expected to release the game on August 9 for both systems. The game should support video chat and leaderboards along with drop-in multiplayer. Players will be able to customize house rules, play classic Uno, and experience new mode known as Theme Cards.

Here’s a statement from Ubisoft’s official blog:

Whether you just miss playing it or you’re looking for a way to introduce it to a whole new generation, the classic card game Uno will be available for download on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on August 9. In addition to the traditional matching game, Uno includes online functionality that allows players to drop in and out of games, as well as communicate via voice and video chat. Weekly and global online leaderboards will also be available for those of you looking to see how you stack up against other Uno players. And if you’re completely unfamiliar with Uno, don’t worry. This version of the game has tutorials, in-game tips, and an overview of the rules to get you up to speed quickly.

We’re quite happy this game is coming out because the Uno mobile and PC game from Gameloft is a pain in the left knuckles. The mobile game requires the player to spend coins to play, but it doesn’t outright give those coins away for free in order for players to play as much as they want.

The game gives away coins every 45 mintues, but you’ll have to scratch for it and hope to earn more than two. The problem is that each classic game of Uno costs 2 coins. If you can’t wait 45 minutes over and over, users can purchase coins with real money. In other words, it’s a scam where Gameloft can make hundreds or even thousands of dollars from a single player over a period of time.

There are several games to play right now for both Xbox One and mobile. Tiki Taka Soccer is one of the newest and designed for Windows 10 Mobile. And then we have Resident Evil 4 for the Xbox One coming this August 30, 2016.

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