Middle-Earth Shadow of War is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Shadow Of Mordor and fans are excited about the game. Now developer Monolith Productions has shared some more info about the upcoming game.
During a recent live stream, Monolith Productions showcased some new gameplay and also revealed new details about the game. According to the devs, Middle-Earth Shadow Of War will be bigger than its predecessor and will feature over 100 skills in the skill tree, which will allow players to chose different playstyles.
Exploration will also play a very important role in the game as each fort will have unique open-world surrounding it. The combat in Middle-Earth Shadow Of War has been expanded significantly compared to the Shadow Of Mordor. The combat expansion also includes new additions for Celebrimbor.
The game will also introduce characters from The Lord of the Rings universe other than Gollum, such as Dark Lord Sauron himself as a boss.
Furthermore, the DLC for the game will not focus on the characters in the main game but the DLC will focus on unique characters that will effectively expand the experience.
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.
Middle-Earth Shadow Of War is also confirmed to support PlayStation 4 Pro 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 an open-world action adventure game in development at Monolith Productions and is scheduled to launch on August 22, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.