The Magnificent Seven Slot Review
In 2016, The Magnificent Seven film was released to a mediocre response. Many compared the remake to John Sturdges’ The Magnificent Seven and Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. Disappointingly, the 2016 remake had so much promise with the vibrant casting and action but sadly let down fans.
Thankfully, Skywind have decided to revamp The Magnificent Seven in slot form to reawaken the series and to give fans a better chance at experiencing the exciting world of The Magnificent Seven. With 7 different free spins rounds each with their own bonuses, The Magnificent Seven is a slot to definitely check out.
As the slot opens, you get a cinematic that shows you the best scenes from the movie. All the main characters are introduced and explain exactly how they are going to help you. The designs of the character look just like the actors themselves but with a cell-shaded style instead to fit better with the design of the slot.
Just like the film, the background of the reels is the American frontier town of Rose Creek. There are homesteads and typical farmery images associated with the frontier to create an atmosphere that fits in well with the slot.
Underlying the slots is a western score straight from the movie to simulate the feeling of the wild west. The best part is that it plays in between spins as well making the environment feel better. Thankfully, the music isn’t too loud or annoying, so players will most definitely enjoy it.
Despite playing on 7-reels, The Magnificent Seven slot is completely traditional in gameplay. There are 40 paylines meaning that there are still loads of chances to win but without a complicated number. Features themselves are simple and are fully explained once they happen, so players will have nothing to worry about.
The bottom left of the reels features the payline and bet level for the slot. The far right contains the spin and autospin button. You can find the jackpot at the top of the reels and it is a progressive jackpot that grows with each spin.
There is a low RTP at 94% but this is due to the progressive jackpot. The slot itself is a medium to high volatility slot which means that you can expect higher payouts but less frequently.
The maximum base win is 5,000x your stake by the 7 wilds which can be multiplied by the Warrior Free Games by 16x meaning that you could win up to 80,000x your stake.
For a TV/Movie branded slot, The Magnificent Seven is pretty impressive. The visuals match well with the film whilst bringing something new and the same goes for the aesthetic. It’s absolutely mind-blowing that there are 7 main features from the characters with 6 of them being free spins.
If that wasn’t enough for players, then perhaps the progressive jackpot will satisfy players. Honestly, for a slot based on such a mediocre film, Skywind sure turned it around. Unlike the film, The Magnificent Seven slot is one not to miss.