NetEnt Release BerryBurst, A Brand New Dual-Purpose Slot Game
August 2, 2018
The Swedish slot game provider NetEnt have this week announced a soon-to-be-released dual-purpose slot game which will be both aimed at both casual and experienced players.
Both games have been launched in conjuncture with NetEnt’s brand new ‘Max’ product line which will see a number of games released with the purpose of suiting more than one specific type of gamer.
The games will be called BerryBurst and BerryBurst Max and they are both set to be released on August 23rd 2018.
“It is important for us to diversify the volatility in our games as we know that our partners are demanding more flexible games catering to different player needs, and we are a supplier that listens to our customers and deliver quality,” said the NetEnt chief product officer Henrik Fagerlund.
“We are certain that the MAX releases will add another dimension to our already hugely popular portfolio, and we are pleased to increase the standard of the gameplay experience for players.”
Both titles have similar return to player (RTP) percentages and proprietary to the standard games offered by NetEnt. BerryBurst Max will be a game for players looking for wins with high potential while BerryBurst will just be the standard slot game.
BerryBurst and BerryBurst Max are the first games released by NetEnt since Lost Relics in May. The two games were displayed for the first time to the public on July 18th in Amsterdam by game streamer Kim Hultman.
NeEnt have over 200 games in their portfolio including the likes of Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and Mega Fortune. They also hold the record for the highest ever online slot jackpot paying out £13.2 million in 2015.
The Swedish operator have also won 18 major industry awards down the years and currently employ over 1,000 people across Sweden, Malta, Ukraine, Gibralter, USA, and Poland.
NetEnt also listed on the Nasdaq 0MX.
Here is our Berrburst slot game review.
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