Western Gold

Western Gold

About Western Gold

Western Gold is a fantastic addition to our catalogue of high-quality online slots, esteemed for its high win potential, which sits at a huge 10,000x. However, it’s not just the payouts that are of the highest calibre, as the modern gameplay adds plenty of immersion. Fans of Microgaming’s other titles will already be familiar with the stunning visuals. Still, if this is your first time playing one of their slots, it’s a great introduction to the provider.

In terms of the main gameplay, it’s relatively straightforward with a 5x4 grid and 40 paylines, making it a nicely upgraded version of your typical slot machine reels. On the paytable, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for those shiny 7s and bars as these are your high-paying symbols while the traditional cowboy accessories make up the lower-paying set.

Western Gold Bonus Features

Cash Prize: This casino bonus does what it says on the tin; you’ll receive an instant payout when you land 4 or more scatters in a single spin. The more scatters, the greater the payout will be - totalling up to 10,000x, which is the maximum payout on offer, making this arguably the most valuable mechanic of Western Gold.

Free Spins: Free spins are fairly common bonus rounds, but it’s always nice to see them make an appearance as they offer some great potential to win. You’ll simply need to land 3 sheriff badges, and you’ll be awarded 3 free spins in return. This round plays out differently to standard free spins bonuses in the sense that your spins counter will reset every single time a scatter lands.

How to Play Western Gold

Stake: The first and most important step in playing slot games online is to ensure that the stake is suitable for your budget. There will be a default bet in place, but you can change this up as required with a few taps of the screen! You can change your stake as little or often as you need - the only time you won’t be able to change it is midway through a spin.

Spin: Spinning the reels can be done in one of two ways - you can do it manually for a round at a time with the Spin button, or you can configure Autoplay to do the hard work for you. Through Autoplay, you can also decide on a loss limit so that gameplay stops if your limit is met or exceeded - and you can, of course, prematurely stop Autoplay yourself by pressing the stop button at any time.

If you like the Wild West theme, try our Deadwood slot!