Going Wild in Vegas slot REVIEW
Going Wild in Vegas ReviewWell, there is no doubt about the location of this game at least, and the backdrop is filled with neon signs, spot lights roaming around in the sky, and a massive cowgirl on the right-hand side. Going Wild in Vegas: Wild Fight™ comes with a screaming loud visual presentation, and there is not a subtle bone in its body. It’s close to the real Sin City experience in that regard, and Wild Fights break out all the time to turn the 2 top-tier symbols into the Elvis Imitator Bull Wild.
You get even more Wild Fights in the bonus round, as it comes with only a handful of the best symbols you can land. This includes the Diamond symbol, which can trigger the Hold & Win Respins round, and this feature is all about adding and upgrading frames to win cash prizes in the end. The 1,375x potential is a major drawback in our view, and the shaky and in your face visuals will not be everyone’s cup of tea either.
Going Wild in Vegas Slot - Reels Screen
Going Wild in Vegas Slot Features
You can turn on the Strike Bet feature between any base game spin, and this will cost you twice as much per spin. The benefits are that the multiplier is increased from x2 to x5 when wilds are involved in a win, and that the RTP increases from 96 to 96.4 % (at least for the top-tier RTP setting that is).
The premium animal character symbols pay between 0.75 and 2 x your stake for 5 of a kind wins, and the Elvis Imitator Bull Wild symbol substitutes for any pay symbol to help complete and/or improve wins. The Wild also pays 5x your stake for 5 of a kind, while the game logo scatter symbol pays 10x your stake for 5 anywhere in view.
The trademarked Going Wild in Vegas Wild Fight feature can trigger when the top-tier Vulture character and/or the second in line Rabbit gambler lands. This feature can turn all instances of either of the characters into the Elvis Bull Wild, and this feature tends to trigger almost all the time in our experience.
Going Wild in Vegas Slot - Free Spins
You need at least 3 scatter symbols anywhere in view to trigger the Going Wild in Vegas Slot Bonus Round, and this awards 5 free spins. The bonus round plays out like the base game, except that only the 3 top-tier character symbols, the wild symbol, and the diamond symbol will appear per spin. This increases your chances for larger wins, Wild Fights, as well as Hold & Win Respins Feature triggers.
You need at least 8 Diamond and/or Wild symbols in view to trigger the above-mentioned Hold & Win Respins Feature, and you start with 3 respins on a new 5x4 grid. The triggering positions are already framed, and only diamonds and casino chip blanks will appear. Diamonds add frames to unframed positions, or they upgrade already existing frames.
The respins tally resets to 3 each time you land at least one diamond symbol, and the feature goes on until you run out of respins (or fill the grid with maxed out frames). If the latter happens, you win the Grand prize of 1,000x your stake. The frames/borders come with 3 levels, and each level come with the following prize ranges:
Level 1 Frame/Border awards prizes between 0.1x and 2x your stake.
Level 2 Frame/Border awards prizes between 0.2x and 3x your stake.
Level 3 Frame/Border awards prizes between 2x and 100x your stake.
The 200 Spins Going Wild in Vegas Slot Experience
You get to see a few base game wins, before we trigger the free spins round at 0:23 into the 5:25-minute highlights video. We landed a bunch of diamonds early on, and combined with the Wild Fight feature this secured us the Hold & Win Respins round. You can see it all for yourself by hitting the play button below.
Both the pace of the game, and the way the whole grid shakes and tilts whenever wilds are present (which is close to all the time), didn’t really make the best first impression. The visuals come across as too chaotic and “in your face” as well, and Going Wild in Vegas is the kind of game that makes you wanna get up and clean your room to counterbalance the mess it just made inside your head. If you can look past all this, however, there is a somewhat decent game buried underneath it all.
The ante bet seems like a good idea since wilds are in abundance via the Wild Fight feature, and this boosts wins involving wilds by x5 instead of x2. This also enhances the free spins round, since it comes with even more wilds and wild fights. The Respins round is still the main attraction in our view, but you need plenty of level 3 frames to do any kind of damage. Speaking of, the 1,375x potential doesn’t exactly scream “Going Wild in Vegas”, and it’s a downright deal-breaker for a medium to high volatility game that’s already annoying enough from before.
Going Wild in Vegas Slot FAQs
What is the RTP of Going Wild in Vegas?
The top-tier Going Wild in Vegas RTP of 96 % is just about as average as it gets. The RTP increases to 96.4 % with the Strike Bet switched on, but keep in mind that operators can adjust the RTP settings down due to customizable ranges.
How volatile is Going Wild in Vegas?
This is a medium to high volatility installment from Boomerang Studios, which means that you can expect some fluctuations on your bankroll in longer sessions.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 1,375x your stake in Going Wild in Vegas, which is a weak potential by any measure and especially for this volatility level.
How does the Wild Fight™ feature work in Going Wild in Vegas
It triggers when either of the 2 top-tier symbols appear, and this turns all instances of the vulture and/or the rabbit gambler into wilds.
Is there a free spins mode in Going Wild in Vegas?
Yes, you get 5 free spins, and only the 3 top-tier symbols, wilds, and diamond symbols will land. This increases your chances for Wild Fights, larger wins, and the Hold & Win Respins round.
How does the Hold & Win Respins feature work in Going Wild in Vegas?
The triggering positions get framed, and new diamonds that land either add frames or upgrade existing frames. There are 3 frame levels, and the highest level awards cash prizes up to 100x your stake. Max out all positions to win the 1,000x Grand prize.
Can I play Going Wild in Vegas Slot for free?
Yes, you can try the free Going Wild in Vegas demo slot at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). Up there, you will also find casinos we have confirmed to carry this title.