Take The Vault Slots
Will you Take the Vault if you check out this title from Betsoft? You might guess what to expect from the title alone, so let’s reintroduce ourselves to the bandit, as he’s had a Wild West makeover for this game.
What’s the format in Take the Vault?
The game has five reels and 75 lines available, so it’s a sizable slot to play.
How much does it cost to play?
It’s possible to cover all 75 lines from just 20 cents. They’ve added a giant range of options though, with other values reaching $300 at most.
Watch out for these three symbols to appear in Take the Vault
The bandit can turn up and light some dynamite. He leaves this behind in that position. The game plays in sets of 10 spins, and once you reach zero, all dynamite logos on the reels will explode and leave wilds in their wake. You then receive prizes based on those before the game continues.
The other important icons are the scattered saloon doors and the bonus vault door. Each of those can lead to a separate part of the game.
Here come the bonus possibilities in Take the Vault…
Three scattered saloon door logos will get you 15 freebies to play. Better still, you’re awarded five, seven, or 10 wilds for each of them. They move around during the games, but you’ll always get the quantity originally awarded.
Next up, six bonus vault doors will take you into the Hold and Spin feature. You can guess what happens here – the triggering icons stay put, everything else respins three times, and whenever any new bonus symbols appear, the respins remaining always return to three.
Each vault door shows you one of two things – a sum of money (based on a multiplier for your triggering bet value) or a jackpot name. At the end of your respins, you’ll be given the total coin values shown, along with any jackpots you’ve managed to find.
Find the bandit and Take the Vault today
This is an excellent upgrade from the original Take the Bank slot from Betsoft. We loved it, and with a bonus round to look forward to alongside those free spins, who knows where you might end up?