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Play'n GO unveils new The Sword and the Grail Excalibur slot, inspired by the Arthurian Legend

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iGaming content provider Play'n GO has unveiled its latest online slot game, The Sword and the Grail Excalibur. The title is inspired by the Arthurian Legend. 

The slot invites players to join the Round Table to begin their "legendary quest," said Play'n GO of the game's backstory.

The 5x3 online slot showcases King Arthur's blade again, like its predecessor – The Sword and the Grail (2019) – summoning champions to reunite the Round Table and "unlock the mysteries of the Holy Grail," the company added. 

Players can encounter the King’s Prize with Wild Multipliers of up to x100, amplifying player potential with each spin. Players can also uncover Instant Rewards boosted by an active Sword Multiplier, with each prize symbol landing on the reels.  

Additionally, players can unlock up to 24 Free Spins and increase the Sword Multiplier with every five Scatters collected. The action remains "intense", with Wandering Wilds moving in a single direction.

The Sword and the Grail Excalibur draws inspiration from the Arthurian legends and other English folk tales, as well as the wider Play’n GO archives. Players may find titles like Sherwood Gold (2023) reminiscent with its Instant Prizes or 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love (2022) narratively similar thanks to its shared Arthurian Legend coat of paint. 

Magnus Wallentin, Games Ambassador at Play'n GO, said: "The Sword and the Grail Excalibur encapsulates the essence of Arthurian legend lore and truly builds upon the mechanics found in the first title. Offering players an immersive and rewarding gaming experience unlike any other with the Sword Multiplier and Instant Rewards really setting this title apart."

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