Stadia Unleashes ‘UNO’ Video Game

The game is available now.

License Global

September 16, 2020

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Ubisoft and Mattel have announced the “UNO” video game, based on the classic card game, is now available on Stadia.

On Stadia, players can experience features that will bring UNO matches to the next level. The game allows users to customize their experience with various house rules to ensure they never play the same game twice. Players can challenge up to three friends, online or locally, to a classic match or team-up with one player in the 2vs2 mode.

The game comes with several themes and DLCs that bring exclusive cards for even more fun. Players can experience the icy board of the Winter theme, shake things up with the “Rabbids,” “Rayman,” and Just Dance 2017 DLC, or flip the whole game in their latest UNO FLIP! DLC. Players can access the winter theme and the Rabbids: DLC at no additional cost, while the DLCs for “Rayman,” Just Dance 2017, and UNO FLIP! are available for purchase separately or bundled in the Ultimate Edition. 

Fans can play the game now on Stadia.

Both Ubisoft and Mattel, which owns UNO, will be exhibitors at this year's Festival of Licensing. To see what they and many others have to offer, register now!

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