Shadow Of War is just a few months away from launch and fans are excited to get their hands on it. While developers have not confirmed it yet it seems that the studio has released a new Shadow Of Mordor patch that might allow players to import their Shadow Of Mordor saves to Shadow Of War.
Monolith Productions has silently released a new Shadow Of Mordor patch for PC, Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game. There are no patch notes released by the devs and speculation has started to run rampant on the internet suggesting that the patch might allow save file import.
As noted by Destructoid, the patch weighs 6 GB for PS4, 2.27GB on Xbox One, and only 8.1MB on PC. However, given that it is just a speculation take it as a grain of salt. But, the idea of save file import is not far-fetched as recently, Monolith’s creative vice president Michael de Plater was asked about the game supporting import saves to which he replied, “Oh, I don’t remember what we’re allowed to say about that”.
In related news, Monolith Productions has also revealed that players will not be able to replay failed missions in the upcoming Shadow Of War. If the player dies during the castle siege the time will move forward, player’s allies will be captured and the enemies will grow in strength.
Shadow Of War is an open-world action adventure game in development at Monolith Productions and is scheduled to launch on October 10, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.