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UNO is coming to PS4 and Xbox One *update*

Update: Uno has suffered from a slight delay on console, while the PC version has been delayed further.

The game will now release on August 16, while the PC version has yet to be dated.

"At Ubisoft Chengdu, we have been hard at work adapting the iconic card game, Uno, to the current-gen console experience," said the developer. "In order to ensure the game meets the high quality bar we’ve set for ensuring fun and memorable gameplay, we’ve moved the launch date to August 16 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The PC version will be available this quarter – more information on the PC release to come soon."

Original: Ubisoft and Mattel have announced that UNO, the successful card game, will be available for digital download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on August 9, 2016.

In UNO, players take turns matching a card in their hand with the colour or number card shown on the top of the deck. In addition to classic UNO gameplay, the UNO video game will also have a variety of online and social features. Players will have the ability to drop in and out of games as well as connect with family and friends using voice and video chat. To up the ante, players who strategise and stack their way to winning matches can snag a spot on weekly and global leaderboards. Additionally, the UNO video game will give players interactive tutorials, in-game tips, and display the house rules before every match.

UNO is developed by Ubisoft Chengdu, Ubisoft's second development studio in China. Opened in 2008 in the Chengdu Tianfu Software Park, it has become one of the biggest studios in western China.

Additionally, UNO video game will be part of the Microsoft Summer Spotlight Program until August 16, featuring the selection of best new digital games of the summer.

Edited On 08 Aug, 2016

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SilverShane 6 months ago
What a classic great card game ! Any word on the price of it ?
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Jason 6 months ago
I hope it has camera support like 360 did. Some of my fondest memorys in gaming are getting home from the pub blazing drunk playing naked uno with starangers at 4 am hahahah.

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