Rage of the Seas by NetEnt is a 5-reel & 4-row online slot with 5488 ways to win and a 96.04% RTP. Playable on all devices from €0.2 to €400 per spin, Rage of the Seas is a medium volatility game with a max win capped at 27440x your stake.
- Free Spins feature with 3 possible random modifiers
- Expandable rows, Stacked Wilds and Spreading Wilds
- Win ways up to 5 488
Rage of the Seas aims to bring out your inner Jack Sparrow and in this new slot release from NetEnt, you will surely be on the hunt for treasure, just like any old pirate. This pirate themed slot will be taking you out on an adventure on the high seas, so if you tend to get seasick, it's better you turn around now. While pirate themes certainly have been done before, the looks of this one has given us pretty high hopes.
With 1 024 win all ways, fun animations when special features are triggered and a handful of entertaining features, there seems to be plenty going on. A Free Spins feature with several possible random modifiers as well as expanded reels and win ways will have most players spinning for more.
How to win big in Rage of the Seas – Boost Symbols
You should keep an eye out for the Boost symbol as when it lands on reels 2, 3 or 4 it will trigger the Boost feature. The reel will then expand to 7 rows and will activate 4 feature spins. With each reel you expand, you will also be increasing the number of ways to win. By expanding 3 reels, you will have increased to 5 488 ways to win. Should you fill the reels with the pirate captain symbols while also getting a multiplier, you will be looking at a big win.
Should more Boost symbols land on the reel set, two different things can happen. If they land on a reel already expanded, you will get 2 extra feature spins. If they land on a reel which hasn't expanded yet, it will expand and you will get 4 extra feature spins. You will also receive one random feature for the remaining feature spins.
- Random Features
- Free Spins feature
The Free Spins feature can be triggered in 2 ways. You can collect 3 Boost symbols during the main game or Feature Spins on the reels 2, 3 and 4. Then the reels will expand. The other way is by landing 3, 4 or 5 scatters in the same round, which will reward you with 5, 8 or 12 free spins respectively. In the Free Spins feature you will be playing with 5 488 ways to win.
Once the Boost feature is triggered as mention above, 1 of the following 5 random features will be activated from the next spin onwards:
- Spreading Wild: the spreading wild symbol can land on any of the 3 middle reels and sticks 1 or 2 spreading wilds on adjacent positions on the reels.
- Stacked Wild: stacked wilds can appear anywhere on the middle 3 reels and cover anywhere between 1 and 4 positions.
- Major Reel Upgrade: all barrel or anchor symbols will be removed from the reels, allowing bigger potential wins.
- Minor Reel Upgrade: all bottle or helm symbols will be removed from the reels, allowing bigger potential wins.
- Multiplier: all wins will get a x2 multiplier added to them.
Look and Feel of Rage of the Seas
NetEnt have truly gone all in with the pirate theme this time, clearly steering away from the cartoonish and perhaps more “lively” version we have seen plenty of times before. Instead you will be getting the dark and gritty pirate theme with the reel set having been placed nicely at the back of the ship. A fun feature is when features are active, you will be zoomed out, allowing you to see more of the ship and surrounding dark waters as it sails towards dark clouds. All of this while a soundtrack fit for any pirate movie we have seen plays in the background.
On the reels, you will see they have kept away from any classic symbols. This meaning you will only be seeing pirate-themed symbols such as a glass bottle, the helm, a barrel, an anchor, a hammerhead shark and a parrot as the low value symbols. On the high end, there are 2 female and 2 male pirates on each their symbol, with the captain of the ship being of highest value.
Disclaimer: the game’s RTP and min/max bet may vary depending on operator and jurisdiction. Use our data as a pointer, but always make sure you check the real RTP by locating the help file directly in the game itself once loaded.