Pragmatic Play Offers Free Spins In The New Slot Vampires Vs Wolves

27 Aug 2019

Fans of vampires and werewolves are in for a treat as Pragmatic Play releases one of its newest slot machines, Vampires Vs Wolves. The slot operates on five reels and three rows and offers 20 pay lines, bonus rounds, wilds, and scatter symbols.

The game’s storylines set in a mysterious town that is ravaged by werewolves and vampires. Here, players must anticipate the landing of the Wolf and Castle symbols, as they are the ones that trigger the bonus round.

Vampires Vs Wolves Special Features: Free Spins and Bonus Games. In the game, all werewolf symbols connect to each other, and this improves your chances to create a winning pay line. But this only happens in the free spins mode. If a player triggers the free spins mode, he/she has the option to choose between Vampires Free Spins or Wolves Free Spins. In the bonus game, there are human characters who will transform into either a vampire or a werewolf, and the players will move to a new setting, which is a forest. This is where a player can get huge wins.

The wolf symbols will only connect if you choose the Wolves Free Spins. If you choose the Vampire Free Spins, the vampire symbols can randomly transform into sticky wilds. The sticky wilds will stay in place for the duration of your remaining free spins.

The wild symbol in the game is the word “Wild”, and it substitutes for all symbols, but not the scatter, to create a winning line. There are two scatter symbols, the castle and the howling wolf. They will only trigger the free spins if the scatter covers an entire reel. It only appears on reels 1 and 5.

The Chief Business Development Officer of Pragmatic Play, Yossi Barzely, said that the team was delighted to release that new game and did its best to combine an immersive theme with thrilling bonus features.

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