Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, is back with a fiery modern take on a classic slot experience in new release, Fire Strike 2™.
Accompanied by a high tempo techno soundtrack and crisp visuals, players will be engaged by the title’s easy-to-understand mechanics and fast pace, along with a smouldering theme that really cranks up the excitement.
Like its predecessor, Fire Strike 2™ features burning dice, playing cards, chips, banknotes and bells as the low paying symbols to match the fruity theme, while the Fire Strike symbol and different coloured lucky sevens make up the high values.
Landing six or more Fire Strike or Wild variant symbols in the base game will trigger the Bonus, rewarding players with instant money prizes where landing additional symbols results in impressive multiplier values being added.
Moreover, if the grid is covered by exactly 15 Fire Strike Wilds, players will trigger the jackpot value worth an incredible 25,000x their bet.
Diamond scatter symbols can only land on the first, third and fifth reels, and landing all three at the same time triggers the Free Spins feature, where players receive an instant win worth 2x their bet and 12 free spins.
Similar to the base game, landing five or more Fire Strike symbols within the bonus round will trigger impressive multipliers and instant cash prizes, and 12 additional free spins can be added by landing three scatters in the bonus round.
Fire Strike 2™ follows in the footsteps of recent hits North Guardians™, Spirit of Adventure, and Clover Gold™, which reside amongst a collection of over 200 HTML5 titles in Pragmatic Play’s award-winning games portfolio.
Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Thanks to the impressive win potential and lucrative jackpots on offer, Fire Strike 2™ is set to become a real staple of our impressive portfolio.
“The straightforward mechanics and innovative features complement each other neatly to provide players with seemingly endless outcomes, and we look forward to adding enhancements in line with their feedback.”