Players can also place up to 10 coins per any activated line. Due to the higher number of slots features the game tends to be very volatile.
However, the overall RTP is above average. Games of this kind that have a lot of slots features tend to be way more interesting because of the high uncertainty.
The video and audio are undisputed. Technology never stops to amaze us, but the game designers keep coming up with new ideas, that at times, simply stun us.
Multiplier Mayhem is a blend of these two. Wilds, Scatters, Overlay Wilds and few other one of a kind feature, which can be seen only in Drive: Even the of the game has the term Multiplier.
It would be foolish of NetEnt to include a multiplier feature. Without any doubts, the most distinctive feature is the Nitro Collect Meter.
Nitro Symbols appear randomly on the reels. Once the Nitro Collect Meter is full or at least you get it partially full up to the first level a duel starts.
If you manage to hit several consecutive spins with Nitro Symbols, the bar will continue to load.
The more the Nitro Meter is full the better the prizes become. The prizes come in the form of guaranteed multipliers and much valuable Free Spins.
The Wild Symbols can randomly become Multiplier Wilds bringing bigger prizes. Not only will they substitute for any symbol to form a winning line, but they can also double, triple or quadruple your wins!
Hitting 3 or more Scatter Symbols will give you Free Spins. This is also the trigger, the main condition that will subsequently allow you to race against other drivers.
Multiplier Mayhem is everything one adrenaline junky needs. It is a benchmark of modern day video slots and how they should look like.
NetEnt is a known trend-setter and they always give the community the cold shoulder when they slip with some of their products.
Fortunately, this time around they did a great job as they most of the time do. If they were asking for our suggestion, it'd probably be a different mode, maybe daytime races.
This special mode could come with an entire range of different bonus features. In a way, Drive: Multiplier Mayhem will be two games in one.
The multiplier wilds during the base game keeps your bank balance ticking along steadily and you can land some decent if not spectacular wins during normal play when you land a good combination of multiplier wilds.
But all in all the base game is often quite happy to eat its way through your bankroll if you are not careful. You get one free overlay wild on stage 2, 2 on stage 3 and 3 on stage 4.
Potentially on stage 4 you could land wilds on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 which if all on the same payline would equal 2x3x4x5 times your line win.
This is a very good slot. It is probably in my opinion the best looking slot that NetEnt have released in a good long while. The action really does come thick and fast, particularly for those of you who like to play in Quick Spin mode.
Certainly a slot worth repeat plays but getting the hang of bankroll management whilst playing this slot is going to prove a challenge.
So far we have been very lucky during testing starting off with some great runs of wins… but after the fast start we did give a lot of our winnings back to the game after losing track things.
Having spent a lot more time on this slot we have decided to ditch it. In our first session we got lucky but ever since then this slot has done nothung but drain the bankroll.
The free spins come very few and far between even though it continually teases with two scatters.
We have often been averaging almost spins between free spins and the free spins wins rarely get close to even x stake.
And during normal play this slot just eats and eats your bank balance.