Yggdrasil’s Vikings Go To Valhalla Slot Launches Soon
Yggdrasil’s ‘Vikings Go’ series of slots has taken players on a myriad of adventures to fantastical realms and scenarios. Titles like Vikings go Wild, Vikings go to Hell and Vikings go Bezerk feature high-paying thrills that leave you wanting more. Now, the saga continues in the new Vikings go to Valhalla online slot title.
In the latest adventure in the series, the bearded warriors have ascended to the heavens, but even the realm of the gods strikes no fear into the hearts of the conquest-hungry Viking legion.
You will face down the ruthless snake king, Jörmungandr and spare Asgard from ultimate destruction as you battle alongside Join Gunnar and his army on the 5x4 reel, 25 payline grid.
The game’s bonus features include respins and Free Spins and the high-value symbols engage in pitched battles against Jörmungandr on every spin. If they are victorious, they transform into sticky wild, giving your winning opportunities a serious boost.
The fight rages on in Ragnarök Free Spins where the warriors are granted an edge that guarantees them victory every time.
The game’s Rage meter fills up as you land winning spins, awarding you up to 20 respins where one Viking will always triumph in their battles. The fifth reel is the only place where special treasure chests can appear that crack open to reveal a multitude of possible prizes.
Vikings go to Valhalla arrives on March 28 at all Yggdrasil-powered online casinos and promises massive rewards worth over 23 000x your bet. The betting range opens up at an accessible $0.25 and goes all the way up to $50.00.
While full details on the title are not available as yet, images released by the developer reveal a richly illustrated Nordic theme with a mysterious-looking bonus wheel and big wins from reels filled with wild symbols. If Yggdrasil’s previous Viking titles are anything to go by, this will be a thrill ride that you won’t want to miss.
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