The Elysian Fields, or Elysium, in Greek mythology is similar to Paradise. This heavenly realm, accessible only to heroes immortalized by the gods, is depicted in Elysian Jackpots by Yggdrasil. Although the game’s jackpot isn’t the most impressive we’ve seen, the top prize is a respectable £15,000. The game’s layout features a temple-framed grid in front of a stairway, with each reel offering different colored keyholes. Matching five slots with a key of the same color triggers the bonus round. The game also offers pick-and-click games and opportunities to collect gems for jackpots. However, the maximum win is a lackluster 1,265x your stake, and the game lacks wild symbols. <br><br>To trigger free spins and a Jackpot Gem, you need to collect five keys of the same color. The Pick & Click Game is activated when two shields are visible, allowing you to choose from five vases to reveal prizes. You need three or more scatters to activate the Bonus Round or the Treasure Chest Bonus Game, which offers a chance to win up to 100x your stake. Free spins are triggered by collecting five keys of the same color or via three or more scatters. <br><br>Jackpots can be won by collecting five gems of the same color, with payouts ranging from £40 to £15,000. Unfortunately, Elysian Jackpots doesn’t live up to expectations from a developer like Yggdrasil. The game’s visuals and ancient Greece theme fail to engage players, and the 1,265x potential doesn’t make it stand out from other games. Elysian Jackpots is likely to be forgotten soon after its release, as it lacks exciting and engaging features.