The new King’s Mask online slot from Play’n GO is a fun new Ancient Egyptian-themed slot that looks set to arrive at more than half of our most highly recommended UK online casinos on Thursday, May 26th. It’s expected to arrive simultaneously on desktop and mobile, and it has 5 reels and 20 fixed paylines. The top coin prize you will be playing to win on any lucky spin is worth up to a cool 10,000x times your total stake!

Low rollers will soon be able to play from as little as £0.20 per spin. High rollers will be able to spend up to £100.00 per spin, and the main bonus feature you can look forward to triggering in this game is a Free Spins Bonus CHOICE, where you can choose between three different modes with varying volatility. As you spin the reels, the two most important symbols to keep an eye out for are the King’s Mask Multiplier Wild Symbols and the Pyramid Scatter Symbols.

These two special symbols can both land in any position across any of the 5 reels, and the only symbols the Wild Symbols will not substitute are the Scatter Symbols. To gain entry to the Free Spins Bonus Choice, you need to land at least 3 Scatter Symbols anywhere in view on the same spin. In addition to triggering the Free Spins Bonus Choice, you will also receive an instant guaranteed cash prize. For example, landing just 3 Scatter Symbols would get you a cash prize worth just 5x times your total stake. Landing 4 Scatter Symbols gets you 20x, and landing 5 gets you 100x.

The three options you can go for when the feature triggers include 15 Free Spins with a 3X Win Multiplier (more likely to win), 10 Free Spins with a 5X Win Multiplier (medium volatility), or 5 Free Spins with a 10X Win Multiplier (highly volatile, less likely to win). While you’re waiting for the new King’s Mask slot to arrive at any of our featured UK online casinos, why not check out some of these other popular Ancient Egyptian-themed slots from Play’n GO in the meantime.

Some of their hottest titles include Book of Dead, Legacy of Egypt, Eye of Atum, and Ankh of Anubis. Other notable mentions include Dawn of Egypt, Sisters of the Sun, Legacy of Dead, and Ghost of Dead.