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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Will Take Over 30 Hours to Complete, More Details Inside
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is not very far away from its release and developers have been active to answer the commonly asked questions by the fans recently. Now, we know that the game’s campaign will take more than 30 hours to complete.
In addition to revealing the length of storyline, developers have also shed some light on the big world of the upcoming title as the director of design, Michael de Plater stated:
We are averaging 30+ hours playing through the game.
Its open world zones, and you can freely move anywhere and explore each of those. We’ve shown our two main zones, which are the Sea of Nurn and Udun. There’s another Zone we haven’t shown yet. And there’s lots of exploration within each of our Zones. Each of them has multiple Strongholds in them as well.
It has to be an open-world, right? Anyway, developer has also revealed some information on the side quests that will be available in Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
There’s quite a few. There’s saving the Outcast Humans being enslaved by Sauron’s forces, there’s Weapon Quests which unlock upgrades for the Bow, Sword and Dagger, there’s numerous collectibles that unlock Lore and Upgrades, there’s hunting and survivalist challenges. And there’s also Power Struggles – these are dynamically created Side Quests which are generated by the Nemesis System, so you can really mess with Orc Society.
Also, some information on the game’s first DLC, Lord of Beasts was shared as de Plater stated that it will have some monsters which you will be able to ride even during fights.
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is going to release for Xbox One and PS4 on 30th of September, PC version will hit the stores on 3rd October, while PS3 and Xbox 360 version will release on 18th of November.