Immortals: Fenyx Rising is easily one of the best games of last year, combining some brilliant combat mechanics with a charming tongue-in-cheek story based on the Greek mythology. Ubisoft apparently knows that too, as the game will be getting a DLC for their other game, UNO.

With Fenyx’s Quest, players can experience the UNO game in an immersive environment featuring a vibrant Golden Isle-inspired board, exclusive themed-cards, and the Immortals Fenyx Rising soundtrack. Players can fulfil Fenyx’s Quest to free the Gods and beat Typhon’s Curse. At the beginning of each game, players will be given one of four cursed Gods to free and be granted their God’s powerful blessing as a passive effect:

  • 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.

Fenyx’s Quest is now available to purchase individually on PlayStation 4, Xbox One consoles, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, and coming soon to Stadia for £3.99. Fenyx’s Quest will be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S through backward compatibility. Players can also purchase UNO Ultimate Edition for £15.99 to access Fenyx’s Quest and all UNO DLCs.

That’s not the only Fenyx news either, as the game now has a demo that you can try out on the Epic Game Store, giving you a chance to get a taste of its mechanics and atmosphere. The game is currently available for the Playstation 4|5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia

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