Yggdrasil Gaming just keep going from strength to strength as they announce an upcoming revamp of their platform iSENSE 2.0+. Upgrades will take place over the next few weeks with one aim in their site. To enhance user experience.
A Better Player Experience
The revamp will take place on Yggdrasil’s version of its HTML client framework and includes a whole host of exciting upgrades.
We haven’t got long to wait as iSENSE 2.0+ will go fully live in the summer. But Yggdrasil have decided not to keep us in suspense too long as some features will be available on their new titles earlier. These include their upcoming Power Plant slot set to go live at your favourite online casinos.
"Yggdrasil just keep on getting better."
Upgrades include a new, minimalistic UI for both mobile and desktop. And with the latest trends sweeping the market, Yggdrasil has designed it with a sleek and modern feel.
Making Your Deposits Easier
Upgraded framework facilities also include in-game deposits. This allows you, the player to go straight to the deposit screen with a single click without even to leave the online slot being played.
Even More Exciting Features
The world is already going crazy for visuals which is why future games like Power Plant will now support Retina Display Screens and Force Touch. All in all, Yggrdrasil’s games will now look even crisper on high definition screens.
Later in the year we can also look forward to new splash screens based off formulas that have proved successful in social gaming.
Krzysztof Opalka, the Chief Product Officer at Yggdrasil Gaming commented “iSENSE 2.0+ is yet another game-changer from Yggdrasil, so we are delighted to announce its upcoming launch.
“Several of the new features are already available for operators to trial, and we will be rolling out the full framework in the coming months.
“We are always looking at ways to enhance the user experience, and iSENSE 2.0+ has been designed with exactly this in mind.”
Looking to the Future
Yggdrasil plan to keep their already popular UI at the pinnacle of both desktop and mobile gaming along with further updates in the future. So watch this space.