Yggdrasil Gaming is working to be one of the best in the online gaming industry. Taking one step closer to achieving their goal, Yggdrasil has announced they will be upgrading and redesigning their already existing HTML client framework iSENSE 2.0. This update will include design upgrades, as well as UX enhancements.

The current HTML framework Yggdrasil employs is used by hundreds of online casinos across the world. It’s considered superior to most, and works across all platforms, including mobile; which is going to be a primary focus in their latest upgrade.

Both mobile and desktop clients will get a new, sleek, and minimalistic look that keeps in line with today’s standards. Customers who play Yggdrasil games will also be able to access the client’s cashier with a single click, and not have to leave the game they are playing.

Visually all games moving forward will support Retina Display screens and Force Touch technology. As mobile devices change and get better, Yggdrasil is keeping up with the times. This new upgrade will provide enhanced visual effects in higher definition.

Past games will not use this new upgrade, but still look great. Only future releases starting with their upcoming Power Plant slot will use this new technology.

New splash screens and other upgrades will continue to roll out over time. The new iSENSE 2.0 is expected to be released in completion by the summer of 2107. Online casinos who use Yggdrasil’s framework will have access to the back end for trial purposes according to Chief Product Officer, Krzysztof Opalka.

“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.”

Once iSENSE 2.0 has been publicly released and ready for play, Yggdrasil plans to keep upgrading the client to provide the best possible user experience.