‘Shadow Of War’ Trailer Reveals Talion’s Main Goal, Nemesis System Rebuilt; Recommended System Requirements Include 16GB RAM, GTX 970
"Shadow of War" is confirmed as Monolith Productions' sequel to the cliffhanger "Shadow of Mordor." A recent footage leaked featuring the cover art with description, which came from Target according to a NeoGAF user. A day after the leak, its official trailer was launched highlighting the game's release for Xbox One, PS4, and PC on Aug. 25.
"Shadow of War" Trailer Reveals Gameplay
The predecessor "Shadow of War" ending reportedly offered a clear clue that it will be bringing over a sequel. After the release of the official trailer, fans reportedly concluded that it is possible for Monolith Productions to have started the sequel's production back in 2014.
"Shadow of War" fans are also waiting for the revelation of the gameplay on March 8, which is expected to unravel the full potential of the game. All that the trailer revealed was the fact that the gameplay will revolve around Talion and his journey towards defeating Sauron. According to Eurogamer, Nemesis System is returning, an army building is going to take place, and that players will have to dominate Mordor through the Middle-Earth personal Orc.
Target also leaked "Shadow of War" Gold Edition, which includes the expansions "The Desolation Of Mordor", "Outlaw Tribe Nemesis", "The Blade of Galadriel", and "Slaughter Tribe Nemesis". The "Gold War Chest" was also featured, all of which total to more than $125 in value.
"Shadow of War" System Requirements
The "Shadow of War" Steam page revealed that fans will be able to maximize the full potential of the gameplay if the system to be used is packed with 16GB RAM and GTX 970. Moreover, the page showed that minimum specs include Windows 7 SP1 OS, 8GB RAM, Intel i5-2550K processor, GeForce GTX 670 graphics, 60 GB available storage space, and DirectX 11.
"Shadow of War" recommended specs, on the other hand, is said to be Windows 10 OS, 16GB RAM, Intel Core i7 processor, GeForce GTX 970 or Radeon R9 290X, 60 GB available space, and DirectX 11. Watch Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Official Announcement Trailer | PS4 here: