Free content announced for Middle-earth: Shadow of War

19 November, 2017, 02:55 | Author: Pamela Mathis
  • Free content announced for Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions seem to prove that they are not as greedy as some, and are willing not only to charge you extra for boxes and DLC. If you haven't purchased the $39.99 expansion pass, it may be time to go ahead and do that, as WBIE plans to release the first wave of DLC content to its Middle-earth gamers.

If you fancy purchasing the expansion pass for Middle-earth: Shadow of War it is available for £32.99 or is included as part of the Gold Edition. Prepare to defend your fortress against endless opposition from Sauron's forces on November 21. This mode will be available on November 21, 2017. The Slaughter Tribe Nemesis Expansion is part of the game's $40 Expansion Pass, and introduces the new Slaughter tribe.

Rebellion - Rebel Ologs and Uruks lurk in your forces and seek to undermine the Bright Lord.

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The free DLC includes new gameplay modes and tweaks to existing features, like a new difficulty level and photo mode.

An Enhanced Photo Mode update will arrive alongside Endless Siege and Rebellion on 21st November, adding new filters, frames and textures. It features a new orc tribe, fortresses, minions, Legendary gear set, upgrade challenges, and conquest activities. Watch them in action in this new Expansion Pass trailer, and gather details on the rest of the DLCs to come!

On December 5th Warner will release Online Fight Pits. Brutal Difficulty will also be added to the game for free on 12th December, making Nemesis encounters even more challenging with no last chances. The Desolation of Mordor Story Expansion (Available May 2018) can be purchased à la carte for $19.99.

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