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Free DLC Coming Soon to 'Middle-earth: Shadow of War'

Free DLC Coming Soon to 'Middle-earth: Shadow of War'

Warner Bros. has detailed exactly what the future of Middle-Earth: Shadow of War looks like for the rest of the year.

In addition, two paid expansions have been announced, both of which are part of the Expansion Pass.

On that date, players can expect a couple of things.

Endless Siege, Rebellion and Enhanced Photo Mode are all set to be available quite soon, coming November 21st.

Endless Siege - Players will defend their fortresses against Sauron's forces as the Dark Lord attempts to reclaim Mordor in an Endless Siege.

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It's described by WB as a mode in which you'll "Crush the rebel Ologs and Uruks in your forces as they seek to undermine the Bright Lord". There's also a new, enhanced photo mode.

This is all separate from the Shadow of War Expansion Pass which contains new nemesis and story content such as the Slaughter Tribe Nemesis Expansion, Outlaw Tribe Nemesis Expansion, Blade of Galadriel Story Expansion, and the Desolation of Mordor Story Expansion.

The Shadow of War Expansion Pass is now available for $39.99, or included as part of the Shadow of War Gold Edition for $99.99. 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. Winning these battles will net players powerful rewards and upgrades.

The next wave of DLCs won't hit until December, with the Online Fight Pits, Brutal Difficulty, and Outlaw Tribe Nemesis Expansion. Brutal Difficulty will also be added to the game for free on 12th December, making Nemesis encounters even more challenging with no last chances. Also on December 12th, the second premium expansion will arrive.

The new free features and content coming to Middle-earth: Shadow of War will provide players with more challenges, intense battles and the ability to capture those ideal moments.


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