Warner Bos has officially revealed the sequel to critically acclaimed Shadow Of Mordor, Middle-Earth Shadow Of War. The sequel will expand on the highly praised feature of Shadow Of Mordor which is its Nemesis system and since it was unique for every player there might a chance that players might be able to transfer their save files of the first to Shadow Of War.
In an interview with GamesRadar, Monolith Productions’ creative vice president, Michael de Plater, was asked if the players will be able to transfer their saves from the first game to Middle-Earth Shadow Of War.
To this he gave an interesting answer, saying “Oh… I don’t remember what we’re allowed to say about that” and left the room to confirm with a Warner Bros. representative. When he came back, he gave a cliched answer, “We’re not saying anything at this time”.
It is important to note that he did not outright deny the possibility of this feature not being included in the game. So there is a possibility that Monolith Productions is currently considering to add this feature to Middle-Earth Shadow Of War and might reveal it at a later date.
Middle-Earth Shadow Of War is also confirmed to support PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Scorpio. Also, this game is a Play Anywhere title, meaning if you buy it for Xbox One you will be able to play it on PC.
Middle-Earth Shadow Of War is currently in development at Monolith Productions and is scheduled to launch on August 22, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.