'Dominate the Open World' in Latest Shadow of War Trailer


The video introduces viewers to the vast environments within Middle-earth, stretching beyond Mordor, and giving fans the first glimpse of various new environments to explore, including the Island of Nurn, Cirith Ungol, Gorgoroth and more. From ancient ruins and cold mountain peaks, to bustling cities and luscious jungles, Shadow of War looks to have a much more expansive and diversified open world than its predecessor. You'll recall things not quite concluding before the credits roll, and since this whole affair takes place between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, of course Sauron is by narrative necessity un-killable. And like Shadow of Mordor, the Nemesis system will ensure that every player has an experience that is unique.

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