Today, Warner Brothers unveiled a new trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
The Balrog's inclusion, in other words, left some fans a bit anxious; including such a vast character from Middle-earth's bestiary was either going to lead to an immensely satisfying piece of gameplay or a bitterly disappointing one.
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Tolkien fans are sure to delight at the numerous ghastly beasts featured in a mere 15 seconds of footage from Middle Earth: Shadow of War. The ancient Balrog Tar Goroth also makes a particularly violent appearance, though it's unclear whether the Balrog we see now remains that way or if it transitions into a sexual entity at some point during the game.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War will be available for Xbox One X, Xbox One, Windows 10 PC (Windows Store and Steam), PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro beginning 11th October 2017. Lastly, we get to set eyes on Carnán, "the mysterious spirit of nature who can take the form of vicious creatures herself". The first is a bird's eye view of the monsters players will encounter.
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"Monsters of Mordor" highlights the more savage side of the game-world, featuring trolls, dragons, giant spiders, and even an intimidating Balrog that players will have to come face to face with. The developer has garnered prior accolades for their work on titles such as F.E.A.R., the Condemned series and The Operative: No One Lives Forever.
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