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With Wolf Cub being released today, this signals that there’s just 2 weeks left to wait until brand-new The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays casino game arrives on the iGaming scene. Sandwiched in between the release of Wolf Cub and Blood Suckers 2, we think the Shangri-La slot has a distinct advantage as it’s not been an exclusively held title before, unlike the others.
No iGamer has had the chance to fire up The Legend of Shangri-La ahead of schedule – so it’s expected to draw a lot of attention!
Of course, we’ve done our best to get you up to speed with everything to do with this Far East-inspired creation.
Our above video review of The Legend of Shangri-La slot details what you’ll encounter, and it just so happens to be the final release of Q3 from NetEnt.
Anyone who’s unsure of what’s to come, please check out our Q4 roadmap for the final NetEnt 2017 casino slots. Before you do that, here’s everything you need to know about the 21st September release of The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays.
If you’re after The Legend of Shangri-La’s little details, such as gaming mechanics, special features and general gameplay, we’ve written a more in-depth guide for what you can expect. However, here is the general gist in nice, short snippets:
Before we forget, you’ll be able to play The Legend of Shangri-La slot for free here at NetEnt Casino on the September 21st drop date. Simply visit our NetEnt slots and games page to bring up the full list, with all the titles situated here available to try too.
Although we knew that The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays was obviously going to use this payment format, recent activity suggests that NetEnt may well be ramping up the Cluster Pays series. Their Emojiplanet slot began the recent Cluster Pays trend, and the exclusive release of Twin Spin Deluxe also came packaged with groups of symbols rather than paylines.
So it begs the question, are NetEnt moving away from the classic slot reward system?
Well, as NetEnt’s Christmas casino game plans haven’t been outlined yet, we’ve only really got the next three releases to go off. Betsson exclusive Blood Suckers 2 uses paylines, while we’ve also gotten word that the big Planet of the Apes slot release won’t use Cluster Pays either. That leaves Finn and the Swirly Spin – with no news on that title as of yet.
As for the big end-of-year holiday, we’re positive that NetEnt are just building up the hype by withholding their exact plans for the moment. Whether this will include a Cluster Pays surprise is anyone’s guess, but you’ll be the first to know, as always.
Before we leave you to start devouring those Wolf Cub free spins deals, a quick reminder to do exactly the same in 2-weeks’ time.
We’ll publish the best free spins for Shangri-La slot the day before it’s due on 20th September, so make sure to not miss out.
Now, go and chase those cute cub coin wins!