As far as upcoming releases are concerned in relation to next year one of the few games that fit people talking right now is The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum. For those who do not know Lord Of The Rings: Gollum was announced back in Spring 2019 by video game developer Daedalic Entertainment and is expected to appear on multiple consoles sometime in the future. The game systems that have been confirmed for this upcoming Lord The Rings installment includes PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. It has said that Lord Of The Rings: Gollum will have a narrative based story that centers around the mythical creature and will include an open world environment. It’s also been revealed that the story for Lord Of The Rings: Gollum will focus on the character’s journey between the events of The Hobbit and Fellowship Of The Ring. As it currently stands this upcoming stealth adventure game currently has no rating as its still pending. In terms of both quality and delivery exceptions from fans of the LOR series are high. Despite, how high the expectations are for Lord The Rings: Gollum there is question on whether or not it will be anywhere as popular as Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor from 2014.

As many people know Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor was a critically acclaimed action-adventure game published by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. The main features of interest in Shadow If Mordor included the in game combat along with the Nemesis system while the storyline for the game received mixed reviews from being praised to flat out scrutiny. If Lord Of Rings: Gollum is going to be anything like Shadow Of Mordor but with a different storyline revolving around one particular character than it will be interesting to see how well Daedalic Entertainment will be able to pull it off. Hopefully, before the year is over we will have an official release date for Shadow Of Mordor for the end of year; especially since its scheduled to be released sometime in 2021.

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