Play’n GO Release 24K Dragon Payway Slot

Play’n GO’s new release is here, and it is a visual feast! A payway slot named 24K Dragon is the newest offering from the supplier.

Play’n GO don’t regularly visit the payway format, but they send the market some major titles, such as Win-A-Beest and the Wealth Series, when they do.

Broadly speaking, payways deliver a more volatile and thrilling session that is preferred by certain players; and that is before you even consider the bonus features. The possibility of expanding reels raises the payouts from 1,028 to a whopping 8,192 with a game like 24K Dragon; ups the excitement factor to an even higher level; something Play’n GO expertly manages in their games.

24K Dragon is a 5-reel payway slot that provides a fantastic gaming experience for players. Paired with fantastic animations and 3D, the payway format makes 24K Dragon a worthy addition to any game lobby.

There is a strong narrative aspect to the game, as normal for a Play’n GO title. Players are on a quest to bring home a piece of the dragon’s horde, but to win their money, they have to face the dragon itself.

The dragon’s animation brings the story home, with the creature’s regular appearances on the reels in the base game and features, helping to dramatically extend payways and usher in special features, bringing players into the game and increasing the experience.

The value of the visual factors in a slot title was addressed by Martin Zettergen, CPO of the slot specialists: “The visuals of a slot are undoubtedly crucial to how good it is. In the early days of fruit machines, bright pictures and flashing lights would direct players attention to the machines, marking them out amongst the competition.

“Nowadays we have a host of animations, videos and graphics to add to the quality of a player’s session. It’s vital to utilise them in the right way to make a fun and appealing slot for people to enjoy, which not everyone seems to remember these days.”

24K Dragon was made available for multiple operators worldwide on Thursday.