Play’n GO has expanded the narrative with their Norse-themed slot title Faces of Freya, with the supplier lauding its ‘commitment’ to creating ‘new stories’ and exploiting ‘alternative ideas’. 


Out now


Faces of Freya is a five-reel video slot machine with 20 paylines that includes a four level ultimate Free Spins round to aid the players in winning big. 




96.20 per cent


Once three Scatter symbols land on the reels, it randomly triggers Spins of Sorcery, Love or War with six initial Free Spins. Free Spins play out with a single feature added, while each Scatter adds plus one Free Spins to the total. Spins of Sorcery, Love or War can trigger if only two Scatters land.

Sorcery upgrades Shield and Axe, Large Cats and Wild Boar symbols into a higher value symbol. Love adds two, three, four or five Wilds randomly to the grid. War applies x2, x3, x5, x10, x20 multipliers to all wins.

Four or five Scatters landing on the reels trigger Folkvang, the ultimate Free Spins feature, with four different levels to play through. Spins of Sorcery, Love, War and Folkvang come in a fixed sequence, one after the other, with a total of 18 or 19 Free Spins. 

Spins of Sorcery is the first level in Folkvang. Shield and Axe symbols upgrade to Wild Boar symbols at the start. More symbols are upgraded with Scatters. Three Scatters extend the upgrade onto Wild Boars with five Scatters extending the upgrade onto Large Cats symbols.

Spins of Love is the second level which sees the number of randomly added Wilds start at two and builds up progressively to five. The number of Wilds upgrades with Scatters. 

The third level is Spins of Wars. During this level, the win multiplier starts at x2 and builds up to x20 and upgrades with the Scatters.

Finally, the concluding level is Spins of Folkvang which sees all features combined with the progression achieved during Sorcery, Love and War. The symbols are upgraded and random Wilds are added to the reels, while the win multiplier is applied to all wins. 


Commenting on the title, Play’n GO’s CPO, Martin Zettergen, commented: “Variety is imperative in this industry because players need to be stimulated. There are so many options available to them nowadays, but many fall back on the same tropes and ideas.

“Variety in our themes and narratives, like basing this game on a lesser-known character, and variety in our features give players something different to look forward to in a medium that they love.”


To play a demo version of Faces of Freya, click here.