Relax channels Native America in Spirit of the Beast

22nd June 2021 - Relax Gaming, the igaming aggregator and supplier of unique content, has answered the call of the wild with its latest game, Spirit of the Beast.

Set in the heart of the North American wild, Spirit of the Beast is ideal for players that enjoy action-packed games. The 5 x 3 title boasts a 96.52 RTP, continuing the company’s generous player returns, twinned with exceptional, differentiation-driving content. 

With symbols reflecting some of the strongest figures from the wilderness, including bears, bulls, wolves, horses and eagles, players are sure to feel at one with nature in a land abundant with rewards. 

Spirit of the Beast’s random feature may be awarded at the start of any spin. One high pay symbol is randomly selected to become stacked on all reels while all other high pay symbols are removed from the reels. This presents the chance of filling the entire reel area with the selected high pay symbol.

Free spin symbols are present on reels two, three and four, awarding 12 free spins when they are triggered. There are 6 multipliers to be won in Free Spins, which award up to 10,000x bet!

Commenting on the launch, Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming said: “Spirit of the Beast immerses players in a calm environment that is contrasted by the thrills and action taking place across the reels.

“The soundtrack and art were carefully curated to complement the host of engaging features and wow players. We’re excited to see how players receive it and how many snatch the fantastic 10,000x win!”

In total, Relax offers its partners more than 2,000 online casino games, featuring headline slots from its in-house studios along with a vast collection of content aggregated through its Silver Bullet and Powered By Relax partnership programmes.

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