Live-Action ‘Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor’ Short Film Released
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The upcoming Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor from Monolith Productions and WB Games is one of the most anticipated video games being released soon, set in the same world as The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit (set between the two stories, as a matter of fact).

A new live-action short film has been made based on the game, which follow a part-wraith ranger named Talion seeking revenge for the murder of his family. The film sees a group of orcs crossing paths with the game’s protagonist, and includes one of the big features you’ll be able to use in playing: the ability to take control of an enemy and have them do your bidding.

Be sure to continue below to watch the Shadow of Mordor live-action short as well as a trailer. NSFW warning is in effect for some bloody good part-man/part-wraith-on-orc violence.

If interested you can see previous trailers and gameplay demos right here.

You can also pre-order Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360, which will be released on October 7th.


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