Hellvis Wild Review
You've got to hand it to Pragmatic Play as somebody had a moment of genius when they thought up this theme. It's loud and brash and may well offend a few Elvis fans along the way, but we don't care!
It's good to see that satanic Elvis still has a guitar in his hand but this time he has an otherworldly looking his eye that is downright disturbing. Silver horns grow from the side of his head and he's even got a few tattoos to boost his rebellious appeal.
If you like a bit of death metal with your slot games then this is the one for you. Enjoy the soundtrack along with oversized speakers set into the side of the reels and a purple backdrop with chains holding the show in place. It is a sight to behold and you can do so on your mobile devices as well if you wish.
The Golden Wild symbols make this game and when they are in short supply, it is a bit of a spin button basher. No other modifiers hit the reels and you'll find the same kind of adventure continuing through the free spins bonus as well. Not much in the way of variety but what it has got, it does it well.
You could be on the receiving end of a 5,000x max win if Hellvis Wild deems it so. The volatility is almost as high as you could possibly get and the RTP is just a smidge over 96%. You can increase the RTP to 96.05% if you are in a position to use the Double Chance bet. This increases the cost of your bet by 50% but does give you twice the chance of triggering the feature. This won't be available in the UK and neither will the Bonus Buy feature option that takes you straight to the bonus game.
You don't have to be a fan of loud guitar music to like this slot, but it will certainly help! The progressive multipliers during the free spins bonus are definitely the ones to watch, but you can also enjoy the regular multipliers during the base game as well. There's no reason not to give Hellvis Wild a try if any of the above appeals to you in any way.