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Middle-earth: Shadow of War has been said to be a huge game, but we haven’t expected it was going to be that big – the program takes up 97.7 GB of disk space on PC and 69.93 GB on PlayStation 4 Pro. This is probably a record game size, previously held by Forza Motorsport 7 (about 95 GB). That is partly the result of featuring 4K cut-scenes, a massive open world, three times bigger than in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and an impressive variety of orc tribes and orcs’ voice acting.
The first gameplay footage from Middle-earth: Shadow of War really got the players excited, and now Warner Bros. has released a new epic video to keep the excitement up. Called Dominate the Open World, the official trailer presents some shots of the various locations and strongholds the players are going to see during their visit in Mordor. The good news is that it’s not all dark and gloomy – some places are green and lavish. For those of you who prefer action over sightseeing there is also a fair deal of gory combat showed off.
As promised, Warner Bros. have revealed today the first piece of gameplay from their recently announced Middle-earth: Shadow of War. The video presents an assault of a player’s army at a stronghold controlled by a dragon master, somewhere deep in the Land of Shadows. The first thing you will probably notice, apart from some new abilities and tasty animations, is that the sequel to Shadow of Mordor will feature a much grander scale than its predecessor, letting you recruit unique followers, command armies and capture new fortresses.