East Sea Dragon King is known in Chinese culture by the name of Au Guang. This aquatic deity is famous for inflicting devastations on the world. It is remembered with droughts, storms, and all kinds of countless other disasters. So, you don’t want to make this deity angry, but don’t worry because in this video slot Au Guang is the wild. He gives you only positive changes. The Chinese god as a wild activates the 2 extra features which open the doors for you for the big wins.
East Sea Dragon King should release on October 10, 2019, by NetEnt. The brand adds another title to its collection. It is very close in gameplay and features to its previous creation BerryBurst MAX. This one can give you much more in terms of payouts and is highly volatile.
NetEnt’s BerryBurst MAX, which was released a year ago, is very similar to East Sea Dragon King. The new slot uses 5 reels and 3 rows with the action happening under the sea in the deep waters. Instead of pay-lines, NetEnt use the Cluster Pays system for rewarding. Every time you arrange from 5 to 15 identical symbols connecting horizontally or vertically, you will be paid. Scoring wins is a bit tough due to the high volatility of the slot but its RTP is at a good level – 96.23%.
Selecting the betting level may seem a little confusing for newbies. First, you have to choose the bet level ranging from 1 to 10 and then select the coin value from 0.01 to 2. Generally, you can use wagers from 0.10 to 200 credits per spin. You can play East Sea Dragon King through all kinds of devices. But we recommend you to use tablets, desktop laptops or PCs. The smaller screens of mobile phones make the symbols look too tiny and the game loses much of its charm. The highest payout that you can take from the game is 6,000 times your stake.
Taking place under the sea, you will relish in the brilliant graphics. they are combined with a nice and adequate soundtrack. The symbols simply land on the water from above from left to right. The music is melodic and Chinese accented. There are bronze, silver, and gold Chinese coins. Seashells, pearls, scrolls, jade dragons, and ingots will also hit the reels.
The aquatic deity that gave the name of the game is the wild. After it lands, it expands taking over a whole reel. The ancient god is white-bearded with turquoise skin. This is the most attractive symbol in the game partly also because it lands expanded. The sounds and feel that the slot leaves is marine as the symbols float in the water and make splashing noises. Special tunes signal each of the wins.
The symbols in the game are all new and theme-specific which is great. The top-paying one is the jade sculpture rewarding from 3 to 1,000 times your stake. The latter you will win from a cluster of 15 symbols. Lower values have the fortune cookies which reward 2x to 500x stake. The scroll and pearl give you 1.5x to 250x your stake. The bronze, silver, and gold coins worth 1x to 100x stake each. To hit big wins, you will need the help of the wild which expands after landing. You will win from clusters of identical symbols rather than from pay-lines.
The main two features taking part in the video slot are the following:
So, seeing a wild of the ancient Chinese deity will only bring you benefits. It triggers the only two features available in the slot. The win potential of this highly volatile game is not bad – 6,000 times your stake with the help of the wild.
The slot offers straightforward and a bit monotonic gameplay. It is woken only by the wild symbol which activates free re-spin. It also becomes locked in its place and expanding during it. But the payouts of the symbols are profuse and the max win is more than enough – 6,000x stake. East Sea Dragon King is one of the few NetEnt’s highly volatile slots. You can give it a try for free and for real since October.