Graphics are very clean and animations crisp, very much the Netent standard we have become accustomed to. Nothing I can fault them on that one. The slot window is flanked by two Greek style female statues and on the right side is the vase which will have lights come on when coins for the Jackpot bonus game are collected. However, the constant stream of yellow small bubbles in the base game on both sides of the slot window is rather questionable. What do they stand for? Low paying symbols are the forever used J’s – A’s and high paying symbols are Medusa, Minotaur, a Griffin, a Lion and ultimately Pegasus as wild symbol. Not much of Greek mythology or god-like to see.
Divine Fortune is a 5 reel, 3 row, 20 line (fixed) slot with a Free Spin bonus round, Falling Wild Re-Spin, Wild-on-Wild Feature expanding the Wild to cover the reel and ultimately the Progressive Jackpot Bonus Game. And here is the first downfall for this slot, the Mini and Major Jackpots are fixed at 20x and 100x the bet, that triggered the bonus game and only the Mega Jackpot is actually progressive, taking a 3.7% contribution from each bet. Netent further states that the chances to win the Mega Jackpot are linked to the bet size, which is certainly not very low or medium roller friendly. On top the starting value is set at £/€/$ 10,000 only, hence it will be very unlikely that we are going to see wins as from the likes of Mega Fortune/Netent or Mega Moolah/Microgaming. I estimate the jackpots will be hit rather in the high 5- or low 6-figures. Still an amount any player would take home any time and day of the year, but it won’t have that highly desirable jackpot in the millions.