Play’N Go Releases Its Final February Slot – Faces of Freya
On 25 February, Play’N Go, a top-tier game developer, has ended the winter with its final February video slot by the name of Faces of Freya.
The game is presented in a traditional manner having a playground field of 5x3. But what is unusual here is an image of Freya, a Norse Goddess. It’s uncommon because most game suppliers focus on male Gods like Odin, Thor, or Loki, forgetting that there are powerful female characters.
This Asgardian mythical person is associated with love, war, and seiðr (a type of magic in Norse society). It has created a ground for a new plot for the slot. Love, war, and sorcery are the forces that Play’N Go has taken as the primary part of the game. Each of these forces has its own role and impact on the gameplay and gives all players unique features.
The first face of Freya is sorcery. It gives a player the power to upgrade symbols. The second face – love. It gives away wild symbols randomly. And the final face is a war. This face grants players a random multiplier of up to x20. The variety of features provides players with a unique gambling experience and keeps them engaging.
Martin Zettergen, Chief procurement officer at Play’N Go, said:
“Variety is imperative in this industry because players need to be stimulated. There are so many options available to them nowadays, but many fall back on the same tropes and ideas.”
That’s why the company has chosen a strategy to surprise its players with something unusual. He also added that the variety of themes, which applied lesser-known characters, opened a new window for players creating a new environment and an original sort of excitement.