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October 10, 2017
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Middle-earth: Shadow of War is the second chapter in the story of Talion, the Ranger of the Black Gate. A direct sequel to a hit game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, it expands on every system seen in its predecessor. Prepare for a better Nemesis system, better gear, and more emergent stories.

Mordor is ripe for the taking!The next chapterWhen you left Talion in Shadow of Mordor he had a plan. In Shadow of War you will help him put it into action. Use the new Ring of Power to subdue and control an Orc army, lay sieges to enemy fortresses, and take on the greatest threat of all.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War takes Talion across Mordor on a vengeful conquest and you can see every step of the way. How will the tale of the Ranger and the Wraith end? Only one way to find out. Nemesis 2.

0The standout system of Shadow of Mordor comes back, expanded and deeper. Forge unique personal stories with the orcs, trolls and other beings standing against you. Witness procedurally generated emergent storylines of vengeance, betrayal and unexpected loyalty.

The interactions with your orc servants are more detailed, matter more than before, and they can save your skin as often as they can turn into bloody vendettas. Will you bring them all under the banner of the Bright Lord or kill everyone in your way?Changing worldYour decisions influence more than just the shape of your army. Each fortress you can conquer dynamically changes features to match the ruling Overlord and tribe.

Capture them for yourself, establish your own loyal War Chief as the overlord, and your fortresses will change to reflect that. The region will follow suit, reshaped and revitalized. Each playthrough brings unique Overlords and fortress… decor, and you'll never run into the same enemies twice.

Expanded customizationIn the first game you could apply powerful runes to your equipment. Shadow of War brings an entire arsenal of weapons and armor for you to acquire. Pick the best gear to make Talion even better at what you consider essential to your playstyle.

Collect powerful sets of thematic armor and gain bonuses drastically improving your gameplay experience. Not to mention that the armor pieces will look really sweet on the sour Ranger. Conquer Mordor and look good doing it!Dynamic, fluid combatYears of training and combat experience and being merged with a wraith of an ancient elven lord make Talion a terror on the battlefield.

Use intuitive controls to make the Ranger eviscerate hundreds of orcs across your playthrough. Beautifully brutal animations seamlessly flow from one to another as your enemies fall. Just be careful not to ignore your surroundings.

If you live by the sword, dying by the sword (in the back) isn't all that difficult.



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Reviews & Ratings

Review by IGN
Oct 5, 2017

Similar to the way Batman: Arkham City built on the foundation of Arkham Asylum, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is bigger and more ambitious in scope than Shadow of Mordor, with great results. The way it expands the Nemesis system with far greater variety and fortress sieges makes even better use of the stand-out generated characters, and its battles with memorable uruk captains remain challenging all the way through the campaign and into the clever asynchronous multiplayer beyond.

Review by GameSpace
Oct 9, 2017

Shadow of War may not be perfect. Its camera can still get lost, Talion’s free-running can often be a hindrance rather than a help, and the UI can sometimes bug out for no apparent reason in menus and the main game. But these are little issues in a very large game, and even with the Loot Boxes as optional purchases (they truly are optional), I can’t help but recommend this game to any and all fans of open world adventures. With or without the DLC there are dozens of hours of playtime to be had, and it’s mostly of the highest quality.

Review by GameStar
Oct 5, 2017

It's better, bigger and more sophisticated than the predecessor almost everywhere - except for the controls and business model.

Review by Merlin'in Kazanı (Turkey)
Oct 10, 2017

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War has everything that made Shadow of War great with improvements. It's a great sequel with tons of new content and great mechanics.

Review by GameWatcher
Oct 23, 2017

Shadow of War won’t win any prizes for originality, well, not after the first game swept them all. But it’s a bigger and (mostly) better sequel to a series that still feels unique, and for fans of Middle-Earth we’re not likely to get more movies so you can’t really ask for better than this.

Review by GamingTrend
Oct 20, 2017

Massive in scope and improving on its predecessor, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is a triumph in every way that matters. While certain aspects are underdeveloped, or simplified to embrace player choice, the Nemesis 2.0 system, combat improvements, and genuinely engaging combat system keep things fresh for the 40 hour adventure. If only they hadn’t followed the movies and extended the ending well past its welcome.

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Oct 5, 2017

Shadow of War offers probably one of the most interesting open world systems. Very deep and intelligent, it's a true living world around us and the nemesis system is still brilliant. Sadly we still have some issues from the first game, like muddled combats and crazy difficulty at certain moments. Also, a fan of Tolkien can find plenty of mistakes in the game.


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