Big Time Gaming Announce 4k Updates For Two Old Releases
We are hearing more news and updates from Big Time Gaming more than ever currently. They are interacting more with fans on Twitter and taking feedback on board. They announced the sequel of Danger High Voltage due to it being a fan favourite and now improving more old favourites. Big Time Gaming has announced they are currently working on 4k versions of ‘Dragon Born‘ and ‘Queen Of Riches.’
There is no 100% confirmed release date. The company has said both should be live on sites in sometime in March. This is very exciting for Big Time Gaming fans, but some fans are wanting something unique and crazy instead. The provider is known for being unique with their ideas and their slots having insane potential. But after the releases of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ and ‘Holy Diver’ it just isn’t the same compared to older versions. Danger High Voltage is being revealed to the world at ICE London 5th-7th February as seen in our other article.
Dragon Born: Big Time Gaming in 4k
Dragon Born was originally released in February of 2016; the slot isn’t played as much these days especially on streams. The slot has a medieval theme, with Megaways of up to 117,649 ways. It can be difficult to the bonus, but it is worth the grind in the base game. Regarding the bonus, it can slow roll like in ‘White Rabbit’ and has big Megaways every spin which can help your chances to hit. But it can be dead spins which is always a disappointment.
Queen Of Riches was initially released in May of 2016, the slot is still somewhat popular these days, and I do see some big win videos yet being uploaded on Youtube even in 2019. The slot has an Egyptian theme; the slot has no bonus, so you are left with just the base game, but it can pay out insane due to the Megaways.
So both releases are under three years old but don’t seem in need of a 4k version. The graphics on both slots are still impressive. But it is nice Big Time Gaming is working on more projects and interacting more with the community. Look out for the 4k versions release in March.