NetEnt’s Halloween Jack Slot Release Date: 24th October 2018
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Although it’s a long way off, NetEnt have set their sights on the spooky season already by announcing the Halloween Jack slot game! It’s set to drop bang on a week before the dressing up begins, accompanying the appearing pumpkins and cobwebs. Here’s all we know so far about NetEnt’s Halloween Jack slot.
Halloween 2018 is Set to be Jacked Up
Unlike the other new 2018 NetEnt slot game for October, we only have the name to go off at this point.
A quick internet search for “Halloween Jack” doesn’t seem to generate any clues on what it will entail, as Google instead points to one of the many personas of the late David Bowie.
As this isn’t a branded title, it unfortunately doesn’t look as though they’re bringing their NetEnt Rocks trilogy out of hiatus to add one of music’s greatest treasures…
Yet, we’re confident that the Halloween Jack casino game will be a crafty addition to your holiday celebrations all the same.
Halloween Jack Slot’s Potential
So, that leaves the question: who is Halloween Jack?
Of course, we’re going off the assumption here that he’s the titular character of the piece, and we’re not expecting him to be dressed in his Sunday best. Instead, a rather gaunt figure is creeping into our minds, but it’s not going to be all shocks and horrors.
That’s because every NetEnt game has the chance to win some coins, and this will be no different. But what will it bring?
- A Cluster Pays slot? Thanks to the recent flood of Cluster Pays works, we can never rule out this possibility with all upcoming releases
- A Halloween Jack Free Spins Bonus Round? A very big chance of seeing the light of day, even in the dark and murky depths
- A mobile Halloween Jack slot version? An absolute cert – no new NetEnt game is released without portable capabilities these days
The Halloween Jack Slot Will be Another Quality Addition to NetEnt’s Horror Hits
One thing that Jack will need to keep in mind is that he will have plenty of competition from iGamers around the 31st October.
Several other creepy classics exist too, so Jack will certainly need to make a spooktacular entrance to garner any attention.
But as NetEnt are behind his exhumation, he’s certainly got a fighting chance…