Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Lets Players Battle Old Enemies

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Lets Players Battle Old Enemies

Not only that, but also Middle-earth: Shadow of War players may bring along their most loyal Orc follower as well should they choose to do so.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions have announced and released the Nemesis Forge update for the earlier title on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. From today through July 9th, the game is free to try on both XBox One and PC via Steam.

For everyone that played the game, the Nemesis feature from Shadow of Mordor had the biggest lasting impact.

In the case of the latter, this is made possible by a new Followers system, which functions similar to Nemesis but with allies.

Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is an open-world action RPG that continues the original narrative of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.

Remember when Middle-earth: Shadow of War developer Monolith played coy when asked about the possibility of save imports from Shadow of Mordor? The Steam version is on sale until July 10, the PS4 version until July 19, and the Xbox One version until July 17. Simply put, it's a neat way to carry over the story into the new game if you played the first game. A new free update for Shadow of Mordor called the Nemesis Forge allows you to take your worst Nemesis in the game and import it into the sequel. So you can bring your best friend and worst enemy over for the sequel when it releases on October 10. You can see more about the Nemesis Forge update in the trailer below. Now those rivals will be able to follow Talion into Shadow of War.

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