Leading igaming content provider Pragmatic Play has recently released its new online slot game, Panda’s Fortune 2—a sequel to the popular Panda’s Fortune title.

In this sequel, the developer brings back the beloved panda on the reels, offering a 3×5 grid with 25 paylines. Most symbols in the game come with a golden version which increases players’ chances of winning up to 5,000x the bet.

Panda’s Fortune 2

Panda’s Fortune 2 takes players to a lovely garden space filled with brightly colored symbols on the reels, including koi fish, bonsai trees, butterflies, and royal icons. The panda symbol acts as a Wild in the game and substitutes for all symbols save for the bonus icon. The Bonus is a yin/yang symbol that pays out handsomely for a five-of-a-kind with 100x the bet.

The reels come with golden symbols, and these special symbols can appear at any time and have the same payout as the traditional symbol. But when the symbol is part of the winning combination with a five-of-a-kind, it can increase the prize amount won with high multiplier values.

When players find three or more bonus icons on the reels of this game, they activate the extra spins mode. Players are granted 12 spins and golden symbols can appear, adding to the prize potential. As players find more golden symbols in this round, the progressive feature is activated. The spot where the symbol lands is marked in gold and stays that way until the end of the round. Once the spot is marked, only golden symbols can appear in those spots.

Hit three or more bonus symbols in the extra spins round and you’ll be able to ear eight more spins! This gives you even more ways to keep spinning in Panda’s Fortune 2.

“We pride ourselves on creating engaging opportunities for our players and updating iconic slots is something we love providing for our fans,” Yossi Barzely, Pragmatic Play’s Chief Business Development Officer, said.

“Panda’s Fortune 2 offers huge win potential, multiple Jackpots, and a bonus Golden symbol chance, and we can’t wait to see how our fans like it,” he added.