Middle-earth: Shadow of War Crack With Keygen 2020

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Experience an epic open world brought to life by the Nemesis System. Forge a new Ring of Power, conquer Fortresses in massive battles and dominate Mordor with your personal orc army in Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Go behind enemy lines to forge your army, conquer Fortresses and dominate Mordor from within. Experience how the award-winning Nemesis System creates unique personal stories with every enemy and follower, and confront the full power of the Dark Lord Sauron and his Ringwraiths in this epic new story of Middle-earth. In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, nothing will be forgotten.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 6622
Genre Action Adventure, Open-World
Company / Developer
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment / Monolith Productions
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Middle-earth: Shadow of War reviews ( 7 )

The_Steep, Oct 10, 2017

Hello! Played a couple of hours and I want to say that the feeling is like that of Knight Arkham. Mechanics, gameplay, design and pumping are brought to the ideal. As a bunch of cool-put videos, ktt sensibly reveal the plot, many characters, in the game you feel the scale. Graphics at the level of the first part, which is not very pleasing, but on the ultra- settings The war is consistently showing 60 or more frames, which for such a-la slasher, very handy. If you thought about taking it or not, then boldly press the "buy" button and go to Mordor on the last trip of Taleon (I hope that this ring is enough to milk already).

Lobstrman, Oct 17, 2017

Ignore the review bombing. 90% of the 0-2 scores haven't actually played the game, but merely raging about it because of a rushed, and dishonest review by Polygon. You do not need to buy anything with real money, and you can even get quite a nice amount of the premium currency by playing the asynchronous online game. Or you can buy lootboxes with ingame currency which the game showers you in. If you don't rush it, and just explore and play around with the nemesis system which is better than ever, then you will have no problem in the late game. That out of the way, the game is good. It's just more of the same thing as Shadow of Mordor, but with expanded gameplay, a much better nemesis system, smooth gameplay that will open up 4-5 hours into the game in a drastic manner. The first hours are not the best, but after you acquire the ability to turn orcs to your side, it's a different experience, and one of the best around. Killing orcs is fun, taking ones you like over is better, and then making them do all sorts of crazy stuff is the best. Combat has improved over the first game. It's still the same basics, with a lot of unlockable skills, and modifiers to those skills, and orc captains who will actually learn your patterns, and defend against them, which will make the crazy fights from the first game even more crazier. And it's fun to lose too, which a lot of games can't do well. As to negatives, the freerunning is still not as smooth as i would have liked, you can get stuck on things, run up things you don't want, not being able to ascend. It's serviceable but not the best. The story and voice acting is ranging from mediocre to bad most of the time, but there are a couple of good characters, and the ending of act 3 is quite spectacular. Did not expect it, it's quite fitting, and it makes you rethink things which is good. Also it busts Tolkien's lore all over the place, but if you are okay with sometimes fanfiction levels of plot, it serves the game. Still skipped a lot of it, and i really hated all of the gondorians. Also the orcs talk a bit too much sometimes, and it's unskippable. All in all, even if it's not GOTY, or my favorite game ever, it's a really good game, worth playing, and worth replaying. And don't worry about the userscore here. It reflects the views of people who never played the game. People who actually bought it, and reviewed it over on Steam, show a much better picture with over 80% recommendations.

Tomle1202, Feb 21, 2018

Middle-earth: Shadow of War's forgettable moments are too noticeable, whilst the brilliant ones never shine brightly enough to hide a rather stretched, tiresome experience created by microtransactions.

RustyCoin, Feb 25, 2018

Microtransactions, microtransactions.... Dear God, it's killing gaming industry, for real. You have two choices in this game: you can either grind for hours, and hours, and hours doing the same thing - just mashing couple of buttons and killing those orcs or you can buy them f*****g loot crates and be the God in game within minutes. Other then that, the game is monotonous and repetitive. And once again, SP game should NEVER contain those stupid microtransactions and loot crates, it's f*****g nonsense.

Szuta, Oct 12, 2017

Day-one dlc? AND microtransaction? WTF? Disgusting greed. Never AAA games again... EA and Bethesda games... How did we admit it? Dont buy. Ever. These companies should go bankrupt. Guys and girls... go indie. We wants real games again.

lilkillpappy, Oct 20, 2017

my initial review was a protest review because of the micro transactions, but I got my hands on a copy of the game and put in 20 hours. I did not and will not ever buy a game with micro transactions. I am very happy that I didn't buy this game because it's cheap, ugly, boring, and a tedious grind. I don't know what game the "journalists" played but this game is god awful. It is full of repetitive tasks to do all over the map, the combat attempts to be like Arkham Knight but is more like Assassins Creed Syndacate, but it doesn't have a good story like either of those games. This game feels like it was designed from the top down to encourage you to use the loot crates and purchase items with real money. This isn't even a game. It's gambling with real money for in game items disguised as a Lord or the Rings game. This is not a detail oriented or well designed game. It's some mechanics with 6 different types of tasks repeated and scattered across a cheap lazily designed open world. The graphics are not pretty to look at, the orcs look childish and stupid, not scary at all. The combat is not challenging and it's very repetitive. The main quests are not interesting at all. Pretty much a blur of hyperbole. The reason that people are liking this game is because it's addictive, because it was designed to be addictive from the ground up. It is in no objective way a good game. I would go as far to say that it's not really a video game. It's a gambling machine.

Sill, Oct 12, 2017

The game by itself is OK. But i agree with community, that it's time to stop this micro-transaction **** policy. And i'm really happy to see, that people show their position to sales analysts with ties, who thoughts that they can make like 6.34% more easy money and that this is like the best idea ever. Nope. I started playing in full discount version btw. Do not buy it.