Just over six years after the release of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, publisher Warner Bros. Games will deactivate various online features of the title. From December 31st, players will have to do without the archenemy forge, among other things. This means that arch enemies can soon no longer be broadcast in Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Blood feud missions and the leaderboards will also no longer be available at the end of the year. In addition, the team will discontinue connections to WBPlay. Unlockable things like the epic runes orc butcher or the grave walker are then automatically distributed to all players.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is currently available on all platforms at high discounts. For example, the game can be on Steam in the "Game of the Year Edition" for 9.99 euros instead of 19.99 euros. At the end of the message you will also find our test video for the game from Monolith Productions. In August 2018, a definitive edition of the successor was published, which includes the main game as well as the add-ons.
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