The highly anticipated third slot in the Break da Bank Again slot series has finally gone live at Microgaming Casinos with the launch of Break da Bank Again Respin being released yesterday on 21st August 2019.
Break da Bank Again Respin which also features Hyperspins is the third slot in the Break da Bank slot machine series of games and comes eleven years after the popular Break da Bank Again, which was released in 2008.
Developed exclusively for Microgaming by Gameburger Studios, Break da Bank Again Respin is a 5 reel, 9 payline slot, featuring a higher RTP than it’s previous incarnations. In addition the slot also includes and features Hyperspins™, Microgaming’s strategic paid respin feature.
With the safe symbol acting as the slot’s scatter symbol, hitting three or more safes also unlocks the game’s bonus feature round, where players are awarded between 15, 20 or 25 free spins, depending on the number of scatters in view after a spin of the reels.
Speaking about the release of their latest slot, James Buchanan, Director of Global Operations at Microgaming, commented: “Staying true to the popular Break da Bank Again game released in 2008, Break da Bank Again Respin revitalises a highly successful slot by incorporating engaging mechanics with enhanced audiovisuals.”
“The high-volatility action, coupled with the Hyperspins™ feature, ensures players can expect a rewarding journey in this classic gem.”
While commenting for newly launched casino game development studio Gameburger Studios, their creative director, Matt Carvajal, stated: “Delivering high-volatility action with crisp visuals and sounds, Break da Bank Again Respin is packed with great features.”
“We’ve created a game that stays true to the essence of the popular Break da Bank series, building upon it with some core mechanic additions. We are particularly proud of the Hyperspins™ feature and we can’t wait for players to experience the game.”
“Stay tuned for more exciting games from us in the future, including 9 Masks of Fire, which we will be developing exclusively for Microgaming.”