Wild Duel slot REVIEW
Wild Duel ReviewPeter & Sons is still teetering on the edge of a proper mainstream breakthrough, and perhaps their unique and quirky style is somewhat of an acquired taste that takes time to establish itself. A big break is more than deserved in our opinion, and Wild Duel might just be the spark in the powder keg that’s needed to catapult the creative Armenians into stardom. We’ve been waiting for a proper shootout in a wild west slot for a good while now, and it has finally arrived.
Their previous wild west effort, Sheriff Colt, relied solely on the visual style to stick out, but this is definitely not the case with Wild Duel. You get Duel Respins on a regular basis in the base game, and the bonus round is a regular massacre of non-stop shootouts that provide extra spins and up to 3 different multiplier wild modifiers at the same time. The math model is more solid in this release too, with a higher RTP and a 10,000x potential.
Wild Duel Slot - Reels Screen
Wild Duel Slot Features
Landing 3 to 5 matching symbols from left to right is a winner in this game, and the premiums pay between 7 and 11 x your stake for 5 of a kind wins. As indicated by the title, you can look forward to plenty of wild symbol action, and as a minimum, the wilds always step in for regular pay symbols to help complete winning combos.
The Wild Dual Respins feature triggers when you land 2 ‘vs’ scatters anywhere in view, and you can expect this feature around every 30 spins on average. You’ll then see the playing card ‘Marshal Reel’ on the left-hand side, as well as the ‘Outlaw Reel’ on the opposite side, come to life with gritty characters ready to shoot it out.
As the respin plays out, Marshal characters (or blank positions) appear on the left, while Outlaw characters (or blank positions) carrying multipliers of x1 to x10 appear on the right. The Marshal characters can trigger character-specific modifiers like random wilds (Old Bob), expanding wilds that cover full reels (Goldie Locks) or sticky wilds (Long John), and the sticky wilds remain in place until the respins feature is over.
Nothing happens unless you land 2 characters on opposite sides on the same row however, and only one of the characters will survive the ensuing duel. If the Marshal character wins, you get the corresponding wild feature, combined with the multiplier from the dead Outlaw. More than one duel can take place at the same time, and you get a new respin if at least 1 Marshal character wins a duel. Nothing happens if the Outlaws win, or if there are no duels at all, and this means the feature is over.
A randomly triggered Wild Placement feature may benefit you on non-winning base game spins, and this gives you 3 wilds placed in random positions on the grid. This random wild feature cannot trigger during the Wild Duel feature however.
The Bonus Round triggers when you land 3 ‘vs’ scatters anywhere in view, and this awards 10 free spins presented as a golden revolver with 10 bullets. The wild duel feature plays out on every spin, or at least as long as 2 characters line up on opposite sides. Having 1 duel in a spin awards +1 extra spin, while 2 or 3 duels in the same spin awards +2 extra spins. All the wild multiplier modifiers are triggered in the same way as described above.
The 200 Spins Wild Duel Slot Experience
Nothing too interesting happened for us in the base game, so you can safely skip to the 1-minute mark where we trigger the bonus round. Accompanied by a pleasant and mood-setting mouth harp soundtrack, we were presented with our golden Colt duel revolver, and you can see the ensuing bloodbath for yourself by hitting the play button below.
Finally, we have a wild west slot where characters are actually duking it out in a good old fashioned shootout. Peter & Sons quirky cartoonish style is perfect for this setup, as it just wouldn’t be the same with “serious” true-to-life characters. You can expect a Wild Duel Respin trigger around every 30 spins on average, with an average payout of 8x your stake. Of course, the big highlight is the bonus round shootout, which can easily turn into quite a lengthy carnage.
You can expect the bonus round once every 197 spins on average, with an average payout of 81x your stake. The 10,000x win cap comes with a 1 in 50 million probability, but only around 2.7 % of the RTP is allocated to wins between 500x and 10,000x. This gives you a ballpark idea of what to expect from Wild Duel. However, looking past the bone dry stats, this is a highly engaging and entertaining Peter & Sons release, and we really hope it gets the attention it deserves.
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Wild Duel Slot FAQs
What is the RTP of Wild Duel Slot?
The Wild Duel RTP is 96.11 %, which is a tad above the industry average.
How volatile is Wild Duel Slot?
This is a high volatility release from Peter & Sons, so you can expect a bumpy ride.
What is the biggest win possible in Wild Duel Slot?
You can win up to 10,000x your stake in Wild Duel, and the max win probability is 1 in 50 million. Landing a 500x win happens once in 32,164 spins on average, while 100x wins come along once every 621 spins on average.
IHow does the Wild Duel Respins feature work?
Triggered by 2 ‘vs’ scatters, you get a respin where the Marshal and Outlaw extra reels are active. In addition to 1 of 3 different multiplier wild modifiers, you also get a new respin each time a Marshal character wins a duel.
Is there a free spins mode in Wild Duel Slot?
Yes, you get 10 free spins for starters, and the Wild Duel feature plays out on each spin. One duel awards +1 extra spins, while 2-3 duels in a spin award +2 extra spins, and the feature triggers once every 197 spins on average.
Can I play Wild Duel Slot for free?
Yes, you can check the free Wild Duel demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first).