- Dec 17, 2013
Middle-earth: Shadow of War should hit Xbox One and Windows 10 on October 10. We rounded up the biggest changes expected from the next evolution of the series.
Following up on the hit action role-playing game (RPG), Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Warner Brothers is back again with a second take on Talion and Celebrimbor's tale in the mystical universe. Taking heavy influence from both "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit," Shadow of War aims to build on what made the first game so compelling while continuing the story for long-term fans.
Shadow of War is shaping up to be a promising title for Microsoft, with a range of benefits for those on its platforms. With both Xbox One and Windows 10 releases, the game takes advantage of the Play Anywhere program, offering cross-buy and cross-platform saves between devices. Those on Xbox One X this fall can experience the game in 4K with HDR, via an upcoming patch.
We rounded up the biggest changes making their appearance in Middle-earth: Shadow of War and what to expect from the game ahead of its release this month.
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