Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Summary


Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

Monolith takes us to the other side of the Black Gate where the Uruk and Caragor roam.

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Shadow of Mordor gets new batch of free content‏ starring Lithariel

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Monolith and Warner Bros. have put out another bit of free content for their open world orc-stabbing simulator Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.

The new content includes an extra skin, letting you play as Lithariel, Commander of the Tribesmen of Nurn, as well as a new rune and a new Challenge.

Monolith spills the beans on Shadow of Mordor's Lord of the Hunt DLC‏

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is a fun game, with a wide variety of orc warlords to murder in amusing ways. With the addition of the forthcoming Lord of the Hunt DLC, there's going to be even more enemies to slay.

The pack will add a new class of mounted Beast Master warlords, as well as the vomit-spraying Wretched Graug, the predatory Caragath and to top things off, some all-devouring Ghul hordes.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor gets a new skin and extra runes in free DLC content pack‏‏‏

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Everyone who's familiar with The Lord of the Rings knows that bad guys get the best armour. Remember Sauron's threads? Or that chap outside the Black Gate with a really big head?

Luckily the new, free Power of Shadow DLC that WB Games and Monolith have just released for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor includes a playable Black Hand of Sauron skin. No more looking like Mordor's littlest hobo, Talion.

Check out the contents of the Shadow of Mordor Season Pass in this new trailer

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is out tomorrow, and yes, it has indeed received the inevitable Season Pass treatment. Check out exactly what you'll get for your money in this new trailer from WB Games.

The main draw here is clearly the chance to play as your wraith buddy Celebrimbor, taking the fight directly to evil overlord Sauron. I'm sure that will go well.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor on 'ultra' texture settings requires 6GB VRAM?

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WB Games' Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor apparently wants to eat our GPUs for lunch if you're considering running the open world action game on its 'Ultra' texture settings for PC.

In fact to even get the option you'll need to download an optional and free 'Ultra HD Texture Pack', which then demands a hefty 6GB VRAM, while 'High' looks to feast upon 3GB.

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