UNO Gets All Greek With Fenyx Rising Crossover Event

Ubisoft has announced that the console version of UNO is getting an exclusive Immortals Fenyx Rising DLC.

Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC, the DLC seeks to infuse some of the ancient Greek mythos of Immortals Fenyx Rising into the hit card game UNO. If you own a next-gen console (lucky you), you can still access this content via backward compatibility!

The DLC is bringing some of the most iconic elements of Immortal Fenyx Rising’s Golden Isle, including a vibrant Golden Isle-inspired board to drop that reverse card, exclusive themed-cards with character portraits on them, and the incredible Immortals Fenyx Rising soundtrack to bop to while you play!

Image Credit – Ubisoft

On top of all that, it’s bringing some new gameplay mechanics to switch things up a little! At the beginning of each game, you will be given one of four of the cursed Gods to free. Upon doing so you’ll be granted their powerful blessing as a passive effect. These include:

  • Aphrodite: Become immune to all damage from Typhon.
  • Hephaistos: For every three cards played, discard all cards of a specific colour.
  • Athena: When opponent draws a card after not having a match, discard a random card.
  • Ares: Each time a card is played, two random cards of the same colour are discarded.

This isn’t the first time that Immortals Fenyx Rising is getting crossed-over with something else. Recently, Ubisoft announced a time-limited Blood of Zeus/Immortals Fenyx Rising crossover that brought skins and themed-quests from Blood of Zeus into the open-world game. Suffice to say Ubisoft is clearly digging Immortals Fenyx Rising right now and are trying to spread it everywhere.

If you already own UNO on one of the aforementioned consoles, then the DLC is available for £3.99. If you don’t own UNO, but fancy giving it a whirl, then you can pick it up for £15.99 which will include the Fenyx DLC and all existing UNO DLC!

Tom Wilson

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