Casino content developer, Realistic Games, has launched its latest slot, Destination Atlantis, a wild multiplier reel-focused release inspired by the ancient wonder of the lost city.
Played across six reels in a variety of sizes, the title has thematic symbols such as diving equipment, scientists and explorers which must form a matching combination across 3,969 winning ways to award a win.
Wilds substitute for all base game symbols to boost winning opportunities while players can activate two separate ante bets to align with their own playstyle. These can award wild multiplier reels in the base game or provide an increased chance of landing scatter symbols.
At least three scatters are required to enter the bonus round, with more scatters granting up to a maximum of 50 spins and one portal spin.
During the bonus, the gameboard is expanded to encompass 21,609 pay lines. Here, any multiplier wild reels landed will activate that reel and become a guaranteed multiplier wild reel during the final portal spin, aiding in boosting wins and potentially awarding up to four multiplier wild reels.
Destination Atlantis provides numerous ante bets which empower players to engage with the slot in a way that aligns with their personal betting preferences. Additionally, the buildable mechanics in the free spins round create a crescendo of excitement and big win potential. The slot follows other notable recent hits from the provider such as Shinobi Moon, Catch 22 and Chilli Master.
Amy Brewis, Account Manager at Realistic Games, said: “Destination Atlantis exemplifies our ambition of creating innovative transformative experiences for players. In the base game, players are encouraged to engage with the slot in a variety of ways utilising the different ante bets on offer to boost replayability.
“In the bonus, the ability to be guaranteed multiplier wild reels by landing them throughout the free spins round provides an engaging escalation of excitement. We are thrilled to be launching this multifaceted release and are excited to see the impact the title has on our operator partners and their players.”