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Warner Bros. Announces Free Content for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

There have been such an amazing announcements during these days, and today we have a brand new that will have a huge impact on Middle-Earth: Shadow of War hardcore fans. This year, there will be multiple updates and features that will definitely make the game bigger. New content is always appreciated, therefore, Warner Bros. has proven their exceptional work once again.

Reading the press release, the new content will be for free and will provide new types and ways of the battle for Mordor. Furthermore, gamers will get an enhanced PhotoMode and they will have the chance to apply different filters and textures.

Warner Bros. will also release Endless Siege and Rebellion on November 21st, the update that should allow players to defend their fortresses in the fight against Sauron’s and stand the path of the Dark Lord in his tries to reclaim Mordor. Warner Bros promises to seem to slowly fulfill players’ needs.

It is not the end of the list as there will be Online Fight Pits. One of the most exciting features where players can challenge each other’s Orc Followers. The update will be released on December 5, and will allow players to win extraordinary awards regarding the online match outcome.

Despite these new additions, Warner Bros. will also release a Brutal Difficulty on December 12 which is going to spice the game with a new difficulty level and make players suffer more than what it was before. From what we’ve heard, it will be harder than Nemesis.

Cheers, DSOGaming.

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