Yggdrasil, the leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content, and Peter & Sons, have challenged gunslingers and outlaws alike in latest release Wild Duel.
The frontier location of Wild Town has been assailed by bandits, and the wild marshals have ridden in to participate in savage duels. The 5×3, high volatility slot is packed full of features and modifiers, with wilds that can appear on every reel. Two or more scatters in base play will trigger the wild duel, which awards a respin.
During this feature, outlaw reels and marshal reels face off against each other, with random multipliers, wilds, sticky wilds and expanding wilds possibly landing on the reels. If the marshal wins the duel, another respin occurs, with no max limits on how many duels can take place.
When three scatter symbols land, the free spins mode occurs, where the duel feature is unlocked during the entire session, while every winning duel awards another spin.
Wild Duel becomes the latest addition to the YG Masters program by innovative Peter & Sons, following Xibalba and the exciting Monster Blox Gigablox. The title is powered by GATI, with Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, head of product and programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Peter & Sons continue to create eye-catching games with its recognisable art style and hugely exciting adventure slots. Being able to facilitate the growth of such an exciting studio is one of the primary reasons as to why we launched the program and this latest release is another positive step for the initiative.”
Yann Bautista, business development manager at Peter & Sons, said: “Wild Duel sees brave players travel to a crime-ridden town to try to win back the riches with the help of our marshals. These frantic duels can lead to massive modifiers, huge wins, and a safer frontier for all in our latest action packed, high volatility slot.”