Microsoft's conference included a brand new glimpse at Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the incredible looking sequel to Monolith's Shadow of Mordor. To that end, Bruz points Talion in the direction of the nearest fortress and gives him some tips about its occupants. Some of them, such as Pushkrimp the Machine, can use new weapons to prevent you from running away. This time around, players will be given the ability to recruit orcs to fight for their side, and will be able to choose which orc's powers suit their needs in their future conquests. From there, Brüz recommends Talion rally his forces and assault a nearby fortress to send a message to Sauron.Читайте также: Can still be next British PM: Labour leader Corbyn
We're just a few months way from the release of the newest chapter of the Middle-Earth saga, Shadow of War. It detailed the improved Nemesis System, which seemingly makes orcs much more talkative. That mechanic was what drew a lot positive good will for the first game, so it's a no-brainer that they were seeking to expand the dynamic story-telling mechanic. The personality change is not only interesting but also turns Bruz into one of the most hilarious characters we've seen so far, lending the otherwise serious game a sliver of much-needed humor.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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