Play’n GO Venturing into Wild West with Slot, Wild Trigger

Play’n GO recently joined the slot race with its new Wild West-themed slot, Wild Trigger. As the name suggests, Wild Trigger takes players into an outlaw-style environment with a dynamic duo.

Dottie Fields and Clint McGraw, the legendary bandits, will accompany the players in the action-packed experience. Dottie and Clint have recently pulled off the greatest bank heist of the century and are getting away with their hands full of loot.

However, given their outlaw nature, the duo does not intend to share the loot. Thus, starts the premise of Wild Trigger, with Dottie and Clint facing off each other. 

The slot features a Duel Free Spins functionality, which creates a twist with Stacked Wilds. Instead of witnessing a standard left-to-right action in the game, players will see the slot paying them both ways.

The feature will be possible with Wild Trigger’s immersive animation that merges beautifully with its theme. With Dottie and Clint firing at each other, the bullets’ trajectory will highlight different pay lines players can win.

The slot’s background will be filled with a dusty backdrop, while the reels will be designed in a wooden style. The symbols on the slot will carry a rugged Western font with the background music rendering a banjo.

Wild Trigger will create a captivating experience for players, and it will be rich in gameplay, features, music, and other aspects. The slot will be the third cowboy-themed game by Play’n GO, an online gaming giant, following popular titles like Gunslinger (2018) and Golden Colts (2019)

Given the market performance of the previous two games and Play’n GO’s presence, Wild Trigger is certain to attract a horde of players. This summer, it will also help the game provider keep up with the competition.

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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