NetEnt has announced extensive details about its new Guns ‘N Roses slot, based on the eponymous American band. The slot is set to release at all major mobile casinos on the 21st January 2016. The slot is arriving with a full Guns ‘N Roses track list, ridiculous wild bonuses, multipliers and a whole handful of bonus rounds. It’s one of the most jam packed NetEnt slots that we’ve seen in a while. So let’s see what you can expect from NetEnt’s most recent release.
Guns ‘N Roses Wild Features
Players will discover one of three randomly activated wild features:
- Legend Spins
- Appetite for Destruction Wild
- Solo Multiplier
Legend Spins will randomly give the player 3 re-spins, which includes 1-2 Stacked Wild Reels. 1 of 3 positions on the slot will be taken up by wild symbols every time you spin during this mode.
The Appetite for Destruction Wild, you’ll get a cross shape of wild symbols, which will appear on 1 of 3 possible positions on the reels, It can either be fully or partially displayed. These wild symbols will substitute for all symbols except bonus symbols.
The main event is the Solo Multiplier. This symbol will multiply any winning combinations by 4-10 times. The Solo Multiplier will only trigger if there are at least 3 matching symbols on a bet line, appearing at random every few times this is satisfied. This looks to be the feature that’ll be providing the future big wins for the slot.
Gun ‘N Roses Bonus Rounds
In order to activate bonus features in the Guns ‘N Roses slot, players will have to spin 3 bonus symbols. Once spun, you’ll get one of two bonus rounds:
- Encore Free Spins
- Crowd-Pleaser Bonus Game
With the Encore free spins mode, the player will receive 10 free spins . During each spin, symbols featuring one of the Guns ‘N Roses’ band members will cover 3 positions of the reel as an overlay Stacker Wild.
With the Crowd-Pleaser bonus game, you’ll have to pick and choose your way through 3 levels, where you’ll be given a number of chances to pick hidden values of coin wins. Free spins and further free picks can be activated randomly during the Crowd-Pleaser bonus round. Any wild or free spin symbols activated during this round will act as overlays, remaining until the end of the round.
Guns ‘N Roses Music Tracks
One of the greatest features of the Guns ‘N Roses video slot are the tracks that come with it. Instead of just generic background music, NetEnt have gone all out and given the player the choice of music tracks to play as they spin.
Classics such as: Welcome to the Jungle, Sweet Child O’ Mine, Paradise City, November Rain and Chinese Democracy are all included from the get go.
Guns ‘N Roses Slot: Coming Soon
We’re excited about the new NetEnt slot. What could have just been another product tie in slot, has turned into something much more special. Having NetEnt on the case has certainly made the difference, with their great track record finding its way into every pore of the slot. So the question is, where can you find it?
Coming Soon To Where?
Currently the casinos where it’ll be available haven’t been announced yet, but we have a few ideas about where it could possibly be showing up.
- Reel Island – Reel Island is a new casino from September and has been making a push to have a huge library of games. It’s updated itself with all the latest slots for a while, so we can only imagine that Guns ‘N Roses will be one of them.
- Mr Green – Mr Green mobile casino is one of the biggest NetEnt casinos out there. If there’s a NetEnt slot to be had, they’ll have it. We’d be genuinely surprised if they didn’t snap this one up, as it looks to be one of their biggest slots in a while.
- Leo Vegas – Leo Vegas casino hosts every major slot provider. Be it Quickspin, NetEnt or Play ‘N Go; Leo Vegas have their hands in all their latest and greatest slots. With such a big release, we can’t imagine them turning this one down.
Coming 21st January 2016
Great bonus rounds, original and extensive wild features, plus a great soundtrack to boot. It’s a slot to look out for. So we’ll be waiting with baited breath when the 21st January rolls around. Join us then for our review of the Guns ‘N Roses video slot.