Play'n GO Releases 'Wild Blood II' Slot

Casino game developer Play'n GO wants you to think that sexy vampires are still a thing with the release of their newest video slot 'Wild Blood II'.

As you may have guessed, Wild Blood II is a sequel to the vampire slot 'Wild Blood', and it is a 5 reel, 4,096 ways to win video slot. Set outside a house so dilapidated that it could be confused for something on Honey Boo Boo, the game features a brood of sexy vampires. Symbols in the game are dark and brooding, while also seeking to make something of yours rise from the dead.

Features in the game include re-spins, free spins, scatters, stacked symbols, win multipliers, and a max win of 5,000x your bet amount. The default RTP on the slot is 96.18%, but can be scaled down to 84.19% depending on what the casino operator wants to set. As with all Play'n GO games, a mobile mode is baked in for play on your smartphone or tablet.

'Wild Blood II' is available for play now at casinos featuring Play'n GO's slot library.

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lvblck
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12 January 2020 - 10:13pm
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I remember the old Wild Blood slot as it was one of their old games from years ago. I did check out the concept for this new release and I quite like it so I'm eager to try it out.

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13 January 2020 - 6:21am
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If a casino can adjust the RTP% within a set amount, are they able to set it on the highest setting, and then lower it while a player is playing the slot? I dont like the idea of a casino possibly being able to do this. Going into the game you would think it's at a normal rate of 96.5% or close to, then without knowing it a casino drops it down to 84% let's say, leaving a player to unknowingly keep spinning at odds far worse than originally aware of.

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14 January 2020 - 6:48pm
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It's a really meaningful point there Kris, that's just unacceptable for me as well...what a joke...

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