NetEnt about to release a plethora of themes

Over at NetEnt, there seems to be no shortage of inspiration when dreaming up concepts and themes for the upcoming titles. And if we have a look at what is currently in the pipeline and road map, the diversity is stunning. In fact, it covers everything from the popular Rome category to the classic fruit video slot. Plus, we are about to get served up, no pun intended, a completely new partnership, with no other than Gordon Ramsay. So, without further ado, let’s dive right in to what we know in regards to name, theme, and release dates, shall we?NetEnt about to release a plethora of themes

A quad of releases

As of now, the information is somewhat sparse. But we do our best to fill you in on early release knowledge. First off is the video slot Rome: The Golden Age. Set to hit the UK market on February 9th. Brought to life on a diamond shape (3, 4, 5, 4, 3,) game grid with 20-paylines. Where the main feature includes free spins with up to 50x multiplier. After that, there is no exact date verified or attached to the following 3 video slots.

Starting with Parthenon: Quest for Immortality, Fruit Shop: Megaways, and the branded Hell’s Kitchen. Yet, they all come with different unique selling points. This includes an avalanche style game with a wild generator zone. But also a long-standing fan favorite with a twist. A 6-reel Fruit Shop: Meagways with 117649 ways to win. Yet, we saved the largest bombshell announcement for last, Hell’s Kitchen.

The Ramsay brand on a video slot

It doesn’t get much bigger than landing a deal with the entertainment personality and company, Gordon Ramsay Holdings Limited. That literally has a finger in all the pies out there. However, for this video slot, the focus lands on the multiple season tv show, Hell’s Kitchen. That plays on a standard set of reels where the top paying symbols depict as chef Ramsay’s signature dishes like the beef Wellington and the spicy burger.

Now, according to NetEnt, the video slot will have a team challenge, free spins, multipliers, wilds, and a pick and click bonus game. Although, what is somewhat surprising, for a branded title, is that the volatility sets as low on a return to player (RTP) of 96.07%, with adjustable bet values. And if the rumors are reliable, Gordon and Hell’s Kitchen video slot will go live in the UK casinos on March 25th.