Slot games developer Quickspin has announced a roadmap for 2021, with a number of ‘unique products’ set for release.
Kickstarting the announcement, Daniel Lindberg, CEO of Quickspin, detailed how the operator has plans to ‘deliver more unique games to meet your demands,’ having utilised customer feedback and requests during the production process.
Continuing, the CEO outlined how Quickspin will release ‘more games than ever before,’ and assured the firm’s partners that releases have been adapted to meet the different requirements of various markets and users.
Lindberg remarked: “This year, we will deliver more exclusive titles, more games to fit your player preferences, new exciting mechanics and even more markets. With a data driven strategy, coupled with the years of experience and innovation, we are literally running into 2021.
“We have analysed our full portfolio, and we have taken all your feedback into account. We have found proven concepts, we have refined popular features and we’ve gotten inspired to do some even more innovative games.”
Moving on with the roadmap, Quickspin laid out discussed its plans for a range of exclusive titles to be released throughout the year, starting with the medieval fantasy themed Crown of Valor, which includes two different ways to activate a multiplier.
This will be followed by Simbad, a ‘quickspin classic that is making a return,’ after which players will be taken to Ancient Greece, where everything touched can turn into gold.
Sticky Bandits 3 – Most Wanted is the latest edition to the Sticky Bandits family of release, following a group of cowgirls as they plan to rob a bank.
Lastly Golden Glyph 2, a sequel to 2019’s popular Golden Glyph with multiple added features, and finally Big Bad Wolf Megaways – one of ‘the most iconic and best performing’ titles on the Quickspin’s roster now with a Megaways mechanic – will conclude the series of releases.
The firm reiterates how its releases have been developed with customer feedback in mind, with many partners identifying exclusive titles and refined features as key requirements for 2021.