NetEnt's Hotline Slot to Take Players Back to '80s Miami

Published February 17, 2018 by Sol FH

NetEnt's Hotline Slot to Take Players Back to '80s Miami

Award-winning casino game developer NetEnt announces the release of the brand-new game on March 22.

If you are familiar with NetEnt's games then you'll already know that they make games of the highest quality in the iGaming industry. They have won numerous awards for their innovation and the incredibly well-designed titles that they have released to date. That is the reason that you should be very excited about their latest announcement, which is the release of the all-new game entitled, "Hotline" on March 22.

The game is expected to be highly entertaining as most NetEnt titles are, so expect some terrific graphics and interesting bonus features. NetEnt basically revolutionized the industry with its 3D game offerings and Hotline will undoubtedly raise the bar yet again. The game was initially dubbed "Miami Pursuit", a name which was recently changed to "Hotline".

About the Slot

There is not really much info as to the type of slot it will be, whether a 3-reel, 5-reel, or something else, but NetEnt usually keep that information under lock and key until a couple weeks before actual release.

If this is the case then we can expect some very cool gameplay surrounding the party city of Miami. It sounds like it might be a game with cops and car chases, beautiful views, and big wins. It could look a lot like a retro version of the classic TV show and movie Miami Vice so for those that were lovers of Don Johnson and the crew, this game will be right up your alley.

NetEnt games are regularly the most anticipated releases and have become some of the most popular games of all time. For example, games like Starburst, Gonzo's Quest, Mega Fortune, are all critically-acclaimed games and millions of players have spun their reels. It is almost a sure thing that Hotline will be just as good, and even better as their releases to date. 

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