We have just received news from Netent about a brand new release and you will not find the details this early anywhere else. Netent have compiled a interesting looking game that holds strong to a street racing theme, where speedometers and faint street lights immerse you in a world unseen by most.
Drive: Multiplier Mayhem – What are the main features?
Enjoy this 5-reel 3 bet-line video slot that will take you on the ride of your life, here you will play as one of the many eager hopefuls wanting to finish the race first, where the difference between first and last place is determined by Multiplier wild speedometers, Scatter symbols and free spin bonus rounds. Also implementing a bonus-o-metre into this original concept video slot, you can expect a wild ride to say the least when you get to spinning on Drive: Multiplier Mayhem.
A title designed to skyrocket your adrenaline to the max, making you have to hold on to your seat as soon as the multiplier lands on your screen, and the more Wilds you get, the higher amount your win will be multiplied by up to a limit of 120 times. Meaning that if you bet high, you have the possibility to really take advantage of the game mechanics and win jackpot money on a single spin.
When hitting three Scatter symbols in a row you are really in for a treat, as by doing so you have activated the first out of three nail-biting drag races between yourself and three top tier racers. These rounds will be played with free spins and the goal of the bonus game is to collect nitro symbols with your free spins, as they will continually fill up your Nitro-collect-meter which will give you the extra needed boost to win each race and bring on the next of the three opponents.
When the Nitro-collect-meter is full however, that is when you are really in for a treat, as it will continue into your game rounds and give you the chance to multiply your winnings even more.
We are happy and surprised by the release of this new title, as we hadn’t expected to see it for another month, maybe this is a tell on things to come? Perhaps we can expect the release date predictions in our Q1 Roadmap for new game releases in 2016 to be wrong and result in even more new netent slots? Only time will tell.