September 5th, 2017

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor now due September

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor has been delayed… unless you’re playing it on PC, in which case you’ll get it a bit earlier than expected.

Warner Bros. have announced that the 360 and PS3 versions of the game have been pushed back to mid-November, while the PS4 and Xbox One dates remain 30 September in North America and 3 October in the UK. And PC users? We’re getting it on 30 September, in both America and Europe. Which is nice, because until now I’ve been told that the PC version is due out on 3 October (or 2 October, possibly).

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor puts you in the Warg-leather boots of Talion, a ranger working together with the spirit of Celebrimbor to sow chaos and discord among Sauron’s forces. I don’t actually know if he has Warg-leather boots; it just sounded vaguely poetic. It looks like Assassin’s Creed: Middle-earth, and I’m rather looking forward to it.

30 September, everyone! That’s three weeks from today.

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  • Comments:
    • Robert

      Why has shadow of mordor been put back for the 360 I have pre-ordered it and could not wait to play so why have they put the xbox one and ps4 first it’s not fair lam a loyal xbox player and love lotr games any been really looking forward to playing shadow of mordor.

      Frustrated fan