If you are fans of J.R.R. Tolkien, can memorize Peter Jackson‘s movies about The Lord of the Ring and The Hobbit and you love videogames, the latest San Diego Comic Con has some great news for you. From October 10th Middle-Earth: Shadow of Warwill be available, a new episode of the Middle-Earth franchisee developed by Monolith and published by Warner Bros inspired by the fantastic universe of J. R. R. Tolkien of which at the San Diego Comic Con the second trailer was shown, dedicated to Shelob, that you can see below.
Monolith and the Middle-Earth series
The series, available for Playstation and Xbox, started in 2012 with Guardians of Middle-Earth, a typical Moba (multiplayer online battle arena) in which up to 10 players can play divided into two team choosing between 36 different characters, including Gandalf, Radagas and Sauron.
In 2014 followed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, playable even on pc as well as on consoles. The player impersonates Talion, a ranger who leads a handful of Gondor soldiers guard of the Black Gate of Mordor.
Killed by the Black Hand of Sauron, while his spirit is wandering between the world of the living and the dead meets the spirit of Celebrimbor, the best elf smith, maker of power rings, killed in turn by Sauron and seeking revenge. Together the man and the spirit will seek revenge, but first they will have to contend even with Gollum, to stun the plots of Saruman and overcome a series of clashes.
New challenges for Talion and Celebrimbor
In this new episode Talion and Celebrimbor, who forged a new ring of power, will try to defeat Sauron and his Nazgul, but to succeed in doing so will first have to confront with opponents such as Bruz the orc and the mother of the great spiders, Shelob. The first trailer was already launched at the beginnigns of July, you can see it below.
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