Yggdrasil and ReelPlay gear up for an epic battle in Age of Beasts Infinity Reels™
Yggdrasil and ReelPlay are set to transport players to a rich fantasy world where legendary gods, mighty beasts and terrifying demons go head-to-head in an unforgettable battle for the ages.
Age of Beasts Infinity Reels™ sees ReelPlay’s iconic Infinity Reels™ mechanic combine with a lucrative Bonus Wheel feature to not only offer players limitless possibilities, but also instant win prizes of up to 1,000x. The Bonus Wheel is also key in driving the Infinity Reels experience, with each spin of the wheel determining a greater number of Infinity Reels free spins or a larger starting win multiplier.
Players also win a tantalising bonus prize of 888x their bet on top of any other wins when they expand the game’s reels to 13 or more in total.
Age of Beasts Infinity Reels™ is the latest game from ReelPlay to further strengthen the ever-growing catalogue of slots that have been developed as part of the revered YG Masters program.
The title is powered by GATI, with Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “We’ve been truly fortunate to be able to offer our partners a number of fantastic Infinity Reels games to date, and Age of Beasts Infinity Reels™ is set to be another huge hit.
“From the moment we laid eyes on this game we knew we had a winner on our hands with the engaging mechanics and fantastic mythology inspired design. We know players will enjoy it just as much as we do.”
David Johnson, CEO at ReelPlay, said: “Combining Infinity Reels with a Bonus Wheel extends the IP and was a natural design progression that will attract an even wider field of players. With best in class art & animation complementing the rich soundscape, we’re excited to unleash Age Of Beasts Infinity Reels across the Yggdrasil network, and indeed mankind.”