If you’re a fan of NetEnt pokies such as Guns N’ Roses, Motörhead or Jimi Hendrix, all of which are part of the NetEnt Rocks series of online pokies, then you should also be pleased to learn that fourth instalment in this epic series, the new Ozzy Osbourne online pokie, is scheduled to arrive at some of our featured Kiwi online casinos on Monday 21st November 2019.
This new music-themed online pokie is based on the Prince of Darkness who rose to fame in the 1970s with the band Black Sabbath. Players living in New Zealand will soon be able to play on the new Ozzy Osbourne pokie at several trusted online casinos such as Casino.com and 888 Casino. This new NetEnt pokie is set to arrive simultaneously on desktop and mobile and you’ll be able to launch this game instantly in your web browser, no download required.
The Ozzy Osbourne online pokie is one of the most action-packed NetEnt Rocks pokies which means that there are lots of fun ways to win prizes with a Respins feature and Symbol Charge Up feature where you can win a Symbol Upgrade, a Coin Prize, a Multiplier or extra Wild Symbols. There’s also a special Bous Bet option that will cost you twice as much per spin to activate, but it will add more Free Spins and a bigger Multiplier when the main bonus feature is triggered.
Low rollers will be able to play on this game from as little as NZ$0.20 per spin and high rollers will be able to spend up to as much as NZ$100.00 per spin (or NZ$0.40 to NZ$200.00 with the Bonus Bet activated). It will be made available in the real money mode and the free play demo mode, and on any spin, you will be playing to win up to 1,000x times your total stake. I can’t wait for the new Ozzy Osbourne pokie to arrive.
It looks like another fun new online pokie from NetEnt and I think that you’re going to love it too, especially if you enjoyed playing on any of the other games that I mentioned above. Casino.com and 888 Casino are both free to sign up to, they both currently have some amazing new player welcome bonuses up for grabs, and they both welcome a wide range of popular NZ online payment options.