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NetEnt’s Long-Awaited Narcos Slot Hits the Market
- May 24, 2019 By Riley Wilson -
NetEnt has announced the launch of a long-awaited addition to the developer’s offering of games.
This fresh release is based on the popular Netflix Narcos, depicting the actions taken by law enforcement as they battle Pablo Escobar.
Get Ready for a Ton of Action
Set on the streets of the Colombian city of Medellin, the new video game features a traditional 5-reel 3-row layout. If you’ve played any of the games from The Grand Theft Auto series than the visual style will definitely look familiar to you.
Narcos video slot doesn’t offer traditional paylines but instead has 243 different ways to win. This means that in order to start getting payouts, players will be required to match a minimum of three symbols.
To match the game’s unusual theme, NetEnt has developed a number of corresponding special features, which not only further enhance the overall gameplay, but offer the opportunity to grab handsome prizes.
There’s the Drive-by feature that sends bullets flying all over the screen. Don’t be afraid though, as they’ll only hit the game’s top-paying symbols. When that happens, these symbols will turn into Wilds, substituting for other icons and helping players complete additional combinations.
The Wild symbol is also a crucial part of the Walking Wilds feature. Once the Wilds make their appearance on the screen, they will move one position to the left after each spin. This continues until all of the Walking Wilds leave the screen.
Players are sure to benefit from the Locked Up feature, which will make symbols look like they are incarcerated. Get three or more of these symbols anywhere on the reels, and you’ll receive a random coin win.
Last, but definitely not the least is the Free Spins round. In order to activate it, players will need to land a minimum of three Scatters on reels 1, 3, and 5. Doing this will award 10 spins, while the round itself will start with any Locked Up symbols remaining in place until the feature ends.
Commenting on the launch of Narcos, Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games said his company was confident the game would more than live up to its lofty expectations and add an exciting new option to the NetEnt’s unbeatable branded catalogue. Play Narcos at NetEnt-powered casinos!