The Road to Play’n GO’s rising success is paved with a multitude of innovative and engaging iGaming content. The developer’s latest release is a continuation of a successful thematic series that revolves around the fantasy legend of King Arthur. The Green Knight slot is inspired by the poem, Sir Gawain & The Green Knight, sporting and 5 reels and 20 paylines with an enriching selection of bonus features.
The gameplay format follows familiar requirements. Land 3, 4 or 5 matching symbols or wilds on a pay line from left to right to form a winning combination. You can bet anywhere from 0.10 to 100 per spin.
The autoplay function takes the pressure off your spinning finger and the RTP comes in sat an above average 96.27%.
Fuelled by high volatility, the game also features wild multipliers that could help you increase your winnings by up to 100x. The slots maximum potential weighs in at an impressive 10,000x your total stake from a single spin.
Sights and sounds
The Green Knight is part of Play’n GO’s Arthurian thematic universe, taking its place alongside titles such as The Sword and the Grail and Rise of Merlin.
The reels are set against the backdrop of a leafy forest, awash with the full spectrum of energising green hues. Stone symbols bear playing card suits with higher value symbols being represented as an axe, a horse, and the queen. The highest value symbol is Sir Gawain with 3, 4 or 5 on a payline paying 2.5x, 5x or 25x your bet, respectively.
The wild symbol substitutes for any other symbol except the Green Knight scatter. Watch out for wilds that come with a multiplier enhancement.
You can enjoy this game across all devices, including your smartphone, tablet, and PC or laptop.
Unlocking the games maximum potential is anchored in Wilds, multiplier wilds and free spins. Activate free spins with the Green Knight scatter symbol and gain guaranteed wild multipliers for the duration of the feature. The wild multiplier values climb with each progressive free spin. On free spins 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, you can claim multipliers of 2x, 5x, 10x, 25, and 100x, respectively.