Dead Or Alive Megaways
NetEnt is set to take no prisoners with the upcoming slot “Dead or Alive”
With so many different cultures around the world, each with its values and beliefs, it is no surprise that popular themes and concepts in books and movies vary widely. There are only a few universal themes that transcend even these boundaries – concepts so beloved that people across the globe recognise them and could most likely describe a set of commonplace characteristics of the period. One of the most widely known and popular of these is the Wild West – and NetEnt is poised to take players back to the dusty trails of the American frontier with their upcoming slot “Dead or Alive”.
Dead or Alive is a Megaways game with 117,649 ways to win
As the game has yet to be released, there is relatively little information available about what, exactly, players can expect when they sit down to play. However, there is little cause for concern as the title comes from popular developer NetEnt, the home of classic slots such as “Starburst” and “Twin Spin Megaways,” among others. The creator’s slots are known for being incredibly well designed, with polished graphics and innovative features that capture and retain player attention. Dead or Alive will undoubtedly be another great release with impeccable graphics and engaging bonus features.
We do know a few things about the game. First, it is a medium volatility title. That makes it a great fit for players who are interested primarily in relaxing spins but don’t mind a bit of bite now and then. Although perhaps not a good fit for users who prefer their slots to be rollercoasters of emotion and quickly changing circumstances. Still, Dead or Alive is a Megaways game, giving players 117,649 ways to win. This might offset some of the disappointment about a medium volatility game.
Megaways games are some of the most involved and exciting, with grids that vary in columns and often include large icons that expand or shrink as needed to accommodate as many of them on a reel as necessary. This type of feature was created by Big Time Gaming and subsequently licensed to other big names in the industry, such as Microgaming, as the demand for it grew.
What do you think about NetEnt’s upcoming slot Dead or Alive? While there aren’t too many details just yet, what we know is quite exciting. Players can experience the wonder of a new NetEnt soon in 2022!