Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Desolation of Mordor

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Desolation of Mordor

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Available on:PlayStation 4May 8, 2018
Xbox OneMay 8, 2018
PCMay 8, 2018

Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

The Desolation of Mordor Story Expansion includes: • NEW Story campaign • NEW Side missions featuring Torvin • NEW Human Mercenaries and Bodyguards • NEW Region of Mordor - The Desert of Lithlad • NEW Beasts: Were-wyrms Play as Baranor, the Captain of the Tower from Minas Ithil, and travel deep behind enemy lines in the Eastern Deserts of Mordor. Raise an Easterling Army to open a new front in the Shadow War. Rendezvous with Torvin, the epic Dwarven Hunter, who journeyed deep into the Desolation of Mordor in pursuit of the legendary Were-wyrms.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Desolation of Mordor Reviews

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Baranor's new toys and helpful mercenaries give Middle-earth: Shadow of War - The Desolation of Mordor a fresh take that does its best to shine despite the lack of a complete Nemesis system. Without a gripping story or interesting protagonist, it settles on being a fun but short challenge mode.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Desolation of Mordor brings a worthy character into the spotlight with a slightly different feel, to aplomb. Instead of controlling a superhero you're a stronger-than-average man, which somewhat grounds the gameplay while still allowing for plenty of wonderful toys. The whole "roguelike" angle was a bit oversold, but depending on your perspective, that could be a plus.

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The Shadow of War second DLC offer some new tipical gameplay solutions, but nothing really special for Baranor. There are still more assault than we really want to do and all the experience seems to be diluted.

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The Desolation of Mordor is basically the same as Blade of Galadriel, just in different colors. There's only a few improvements and the story is once again not interesting, so it's definitely not worth buying.

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