NetEnt Launches 'Victorious Max' Slot

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Online betting software developer NetEnt has announced the release of their newest game 'Victorious Max', which lets you go back to Ancient Rome for a chance to haul in some of the Emperor's loot.

The game is a 5 reel, 243 ways to win video slot that takes place in Rome during the time of Emperors. The game lets you change between volatility levels, with one mode having a max win of x1500 and one with a x7000 max win of your bet amount. The higher the volatility, the longer you can go without scoring smaller wins, and the lower gives you smaller wins with less of a chance of a big strike.

Victorious Max is designed with both desktop and mobile modes included, with the game playing equally well on both. A trailer for the slot can be seen below:

NetEnt's Bryan Upton spoke about the release, noting: "NetEnt has been at the forefront of innovation-first games development for 20 years, leading the way in creating optimized, player driven content. Taking a 2012 classic like Victorious and now adding the game to our high-volatility MAX portfolio means that this Roman empire-styled slot is set to gain a new army of fans."

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krcoolsongss
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7 October 2019 - 8:46am
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I think that NetEnt chose an easy way to boost win, rather than making sequel game with the same themes. Maybe, they have a great success with Dead or Alive 2 which can give unbelievably high wins without any real changes except multipliers in the free spins.

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10 October 2019 - 5:38pm
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Looks OK to me, would be definitely interested to take a shot at it sooner rather than later.

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19 October 2019 - 11:20am
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I tried the max version a few days ago and I have to say I didn't feel a difference. Never was a huge fan for the regular one, but the max version played almost the same..Maybe it's just a bit overhyped?

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21 October 2019 - 12:59pm
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blck wrote:

I tried the max version a few days ago and I have to say I didn't feel a difference. Never was a huge fan for the regular one, but the max version played almost the same..Maybe it's just a bit overhyped?

I have to agree with you bud I did not notice anything significant either and to be honest I actually prefer the old one 😐

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