PRAGMATIC PLAY SETS ZOMBIES FREE IN NEW HIT WILD WALKER

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the gaming industry, has unleashed its frighteningly good new hit, Wild Walker.

In a post-apocalyptic world where Zombies roam the streets, players must battle their way through the 25 payline game.

A Wild Walker, which stretches the full height of one reel, is guaranteed on every spin, while players need three Bonus Symbols to trigger the Free Spins round, where more terrors and riches await.

During the Bonus Round, three extra reels are uncovered, while a Wild Walker remains locked on one reel throughout its duration. As players gather more Bonus Symbols more reels are unlocked while more Wild Walkers hit the reels, generating mammoth wins.

With every new reel unlocked, more free spins are added, with more Wild Walkers imprisoned on the reels as well, enabling the Free Spins round to be incredibly lucrative.

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Wild Walker is a thrilling addition to our slot portfolio as Halloween beckons.

“With huge win potential, stacked Wilds and a lucrative Bonus Round, Wild Walker is a haunting new addition where players will battle zombies for huge wins!”

Wild Walker joins latest release Wild Wild Riches in the provider’s growing slot portfolio, which continues to build at an impressive rate.

Pragmatic Play currently delivers up to four new slot titles a month, as well as an extensive range of Live Casino and Bingo products through its multi-vertical offering. The company’s entire portfolio is available through a single API integration.

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