Developer Push Gaming has announced the launch of its new video slot, Deadly 5.
The brand-new casino game whisks you away to the wild west, where you’re tasked with hunting the most fearsome cowboys on the American frontier.
Deadly 5 uses a 5×4 grid layout with 20 paylines, and it has a maximum RTP of 96.39% with medium volatility, which means you’re given an equal chance to make both big and small wins.
The game requires a bet of between £0.10 and £100 per spin, and its symbols include the sheriff’s badge wild symbol, the safe bonus symbol, two male and female cowboys, a gun holster, a flask, cowboy boots, and horseshoes.
The Deadly 5 comes with several special features, including the sheriff’s badge wild symbol, which substitutes for all symbols except safe symbols to help you make more wins.
Meanwhile, landing three or more safe symbols triggers the Sheriff’s Bonus feature, where three bonus symbols earn 10 free spins with a 3x Instant Win, five bonus symbols earn 15 free spins with a 10x Instant Win, and five bonus symbols earn 20 free spins and a 20x Instant Win.
During the Sheriff’s Bonus feature, the Sheriff Wild symbol is a full reel sticky symbol. The symbol will remain on the fifth reel through the feature to help make additional winning combinations.
What’s more, the four high-paying cowboy symbols act as Expanding Wild symbols that substitute for all other paying symbols. Above the reels are wanted posters for each cowboy and landing the cowboy under the matching poster will trigger the Expanding Wild symbol. On every new free spin, the Expanding Wild symbol will spin off.
James Marshall, the CEO of Push Gaming, said in a statement: “The wild west has a proven mass media appeal and adding our Push Gaming style to this popular theme has produced a title that is engaging, innovative and will be popular among both new and existing Push Gaming enthusiasts.
“The ability to have multiple wild reels present within the bonus game can deliver huge win potential and these are awarded in an inventive mechanic requiring wanted posters to align with character symbols. I’m excited to see the reception Deadly 5 will receive from players.”