Age of the Gods: God of Storms 2 Review
The Age of the Gods series stands as one of the biggest slot franchises out there - but Age of the Gods: God of Storms is the most popular slot to come out of this series. In 2017, the original slot came out and ended up leading to a live version of the game in 2020.
Almost 5 years since the original game came out, Playtech decided to create a sequel to the beloved fan-favourite game. This would keep all the elements of the original that fans loved, whilst adding in extra bits to make the game even better.
As Age of the Gods: God of Storms 2 opens up, you'll notice a bright and vibrant background with a blue sky and a load of settlements in the distance. Closer to the reels, there is a dock filled with various longboats to create a better picture of the environment in which the game is set in.
On the reels themselves, there are various characters with weapons as well as monsters and traditional pottery from the time period. Once the Wild Winds have been triggered, the God of Storms appears to the right of the reels and blows a longboat across the screen.
In the base game, there are only the sounds of the ocean throughout spins which can be extremely relaxing. However, once the features have been triggered, an epic score plays to build up the atmosphere even more.
Like the original slot, there is a Wild Winds feature that respins the reels. However, in this sequel, the ways to win expand even more giving players the chance to win even more.
At the bottom of the screen, there is a spin button followed by the bet level further to the left. Anyone wanting to find the paytable and other instructions can find them on this bar as well.
In this slot, the RTP is 96.14% but with the jackpot, the actual RTP is 95.13% which is decent for a progressive jackpot slot. Like Age of the Gods: God of Storms, this slot has a low volatility level leading to low wins but less frequently.
As for the maximum win, the base game will see wins of up to 4,100x your stake - but there are four progressive jackpots with the biggest one seeded at £100,000.
There's no doubt that Age of the Gods: God of Storms 2 is better than the original and shows exactly how to make a sequel. All the favourites bits from the original are kept but enhanced for a more modern audience.
The new additions are welcomed without being too extravagant for the series. Ultimately, this looks to be another fan-favourite in the series and should not be missed.