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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on September 13, 2017

News: Two new television spots have just been released showcasing how in Shadow of War, Nothing is Forgotten.



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Middle-earth: Shadow of War is set to be released in approximately one month. With that being the case Warner Bros has just released two television spots that will begin airing during some of your favorite programs. The light-hearted video, entitled “Eat It, Jerry,” depicts Norűk’s icy feud with his chief adversary, as he clashes with Jerry at different points throughout his life. The spot then culminates with showing how the long time feud started – reinstating the idea of how in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Nothing Will Be Forgotten.

The video, entitled “Not Today, Brian,” displays Thrak’s budding loyalty for his friend and ally, as he protects and saves Brian at different points throughout his life.The spot then culminates with showing how Thrak’s loyalty began– reinstating the idea of how in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Nothing will be Forgotten. In the segment, Brian graciously returns the favor as he saves Thrak while playing through Middle-earth: Shadow of War from the comfort of his couch at home, illustrating one of countless personal and unique stories that can be created through the expanded Nemesis System.

In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, players now have entirely new ways to experience the dynamic world, with more choices and opportunities than ever before due to addition of Orc Followers. Whether spared, scarred, recruited or marked, every encounter will be remembered and help fuel the dynamics of society and conflict within Mordor, all brought to life through the innovative Nemesis System.

Check out the two television spots below and tell us what you think. Will you be picking up Middle-earth: Shadow of War?





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