Uno game from Ubisoft can be played on Xbox One
Recently, Ubisoft released a digital version of the popular Uno game, available for Xbox One. It’s a great move, and even more so since this version offers video chat and a whole new theme system. You could even say that this digital version is better than the traditional one, since it lets you jump in and out of the games. Plus, a definite advantage is, as we said, the fact that players can talk between them via video or voice chat.
The competition is even higher now, since with the online Uno functionality you can see global leaderboards on weeks, so you can match your skills to those of other players worldwide. If you’re not impressed with these new features because you don’t know how to play Uno, don’t worry! The new version comes with tutorials, tips in the game and a useful overview of all the rules for you not to waste time with reading them.
Many people are very fond of this game since they grew to learn and love it in time. Thankfully, the company decided to revive the game by giving it a digital version which is much easier to access from all around the world. It is actually a good thing that the developers thought of including video and voice chat for the game, since you are now able to better communicate with the other players and why not, even make new friends.
The new theme system makes the game more attractive. You need to match cards by matching them by color or value or you can simply play action cards if you want to change the game. Moreover, an interesting and exciting addition is the introducing of new branded themes, called Theme Cards. These weren’t available in the traditional way of playing the game, so they will definitely spice up the things here.
RELATED STORIES TO CHECK OUT:
- Ubisoft’s Uno coming to Xbox One and PC
- Unofficial UWP SoundCloud app, AudioCloud is now available for Windows 10
- Ubisoft selling Assassin’s Creed Xbox One superpack for $150
Microsoft is all set to launch its next big update, Windows 10 version 1809 in October. While that should be a nice piece of news […]
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update (otherwise 18H2) rollout might now be two to three weeks away. For the last few months, new build previews […]