Play’n GO Enters 2020 with New Slot Legacy of Dead

9 Jan 2020

Play’n Go has proceeded to announce its newest title, set to be the first game release by the software developer in the year 2020. Legacy of Dead is the shining example of new innovations with the classic theme of Egyptian mythology.

After their incredibly successful line-up back in 2019, Play’n GO specialists have decided to get ahead in the game by going through with their release schedule at the earliest possible convenience. The beginning of the new year is always the busiest time for game releases, so Play’n GO has done all it can to make sure it gains that extra footing at the starting line.

Over 52 games are listed on this schedule, all set to be released as the new year continues. Legacy of Dead is the first, showcasing both old and new designs as to be expected. Set in an ancient Egyptian tomb, players will be spinning this 5-reel slot machine in the hopes of awakening a slumbering king. Whoever awakens this forgotten ruler will be blessed with many riches and the power to secure more treasures through varied bonuses.

Use powerful relics to gain more chances of winning while finding the correct symbols to open the king’s tomb. Once opened, this will proceed you to the bonus round where you will truly learn the Legacy of Dead’s greatest secrets.

The CEO of Play’n GO, Johan Törnqvist, discussed the excitement and buzz surrounding their first major 2020 release. He said: “Legacy of Dead is the very first in a series of quality gaming releases that will further cement our status as one of the foremost suppliers in the industry, and we will bring slot entertainment to a whole new level this year”.

After 2019, Play’n GO certainly has a lot of raised expectations. Players should stay tuned to see what the brand has in store next this coming year.

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