Fourth Slot in the Break de Bank Slot Series Launched


With the original Break da Bank slot still a popular slot game, and its sister slots the Break de Bank Again and Multi-Spin Break de Bank slots some of the most played high variance slots that players can play at Microgaming software powered casinos, it was only going to be a matter of time before another slot in that series was launched.

Well, Microgaming have been working with Gameburger Studios to design such a slot and that slot is now live across the entire Microgaming network, and it goes by the name of the Break da Bank Again Re-Spin slot.

With a very similar high volatility playing structure that the other three slots offer, it is going to appeal to players that do enjoy playing high risk slots, which every now and then can reward them with some mega sized winning pay-outs.

As for its playing structure, well it offers a 9 pay-line playing format and those nine pay-lines are spread across its five video reels, and one thing Microgaming have been quick to point out to slot players is that it does come with an impressive RTP too.

That long term expected pay-out percentage is 96.58%, so players should get plenty of winning spins when playing it, over their long term play of course.

With a set of what are know as Hyper Spins and a paid for Re-Spin feature it is certainly a slot worth tracking down and playing, but players should always keep in mind its high variance and ensure that they do not play it for too high a stake level, based on their available bankroll.

The Wild symbols for reference do also multiply any and all base game winning combinations that they help to form by 5 times their pay table listed pay-out amounts, which become x25 multipliers during the free spins feature round.

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