April 21, 2020 written by

New slot from Play’n Go

Fans of Norse mythology, it’s time to celebrate! If you have exhausted all the Norse-themed slots available, then it’s your lucky day as there is a new title on offer.

Play’n Go recently released a new slot game- Ring of Odin- which is, of course, based on the Norse God Odin.

Trip to Asgard

Ring of Odin takes players to the home of the Gods- Asgard. More specifically, players will travel to the realm of Valhalla, which is where they will find the mighty God Odin.

The so-called Ring of Odin is the Draupnir. A group of elves forged the legendary ring, which carries untold powers.

It is a gold ring which has the power to multiply, as legend has it that every ninth night, eight new yet identical rings “drip” from the Draupnir.

But what powers will the Draupnir bring players on Ring of Odin?

Game features

Ring of Odin has 5 reels and 3 rows, so following the usual layout of many slot games. It has 10 fixed paylines and is described as a high-volatility slot.

Players will see that the symbols on the reels are based around Norse legend and mythology, with many special symbols to represent exciting features.

For example, there are Scatter symbols on offer, and if you land them on reels 1, 3, or 5, you can benefit from 4 free spins.

Then, in free spins mode, you can trigger more free spins by finding another Scatter on the reels.

A more unique feature is Odin’s Ring, which is when the ring splits into 9 rings which then sit on the reels. This feature can activate on any spin. When a symbol lands in Odin’s Ring, that will be the chosen symbol. During a respin, if the chosen symbol lands in one or more of Odin’s Rings, then the player will activate the Draupnir Respins feature.

The number of symbols that lands in the Rings will determine how many respins a player receives. When the Draupnir respins feature is in play, the chosen symbol will be inserted into all 9 of Odin’s Rings.

If a Scatter lands in Odin’s Rings, then you can trigger Multiplier Free Spins.

Landing a Scatter in Odin’s Ring during the single respin will add 1 to the multiplier value, up to a maximum of a x9 multiplier.

These features may sound confusing, but when you start playing it will all become clear!

“Rich narrative”

Ring of Odin is the latest in the line of popular Norse mythology slots from Play’n Go, following titles like Viking Runecraft and Troll Hunters.

Play’n Go CEO, Johan Törnqvist, commented:

“Mythology is a very popular subject and a rich source of inspiration, with plenty of stories to be told.

At Play’n GO we are, first and foremost, entertainers. We pay particular attention to creating a rich narrative in these games, something players appreciate and enjoy immensely”.

Play’n Go prides itself on being one of the leading game supplier in the online casino business. They create games of high-quality and aim to be at the front of the queue when it comes to choosing the best in online casino games.

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