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Post by Eorl @ 08:59am 10/09/14 | 0 Comments
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced early this morning that the last-gen copies of their upcoming Tolkien-inspired title Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor won't be launching alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One counterparts, instead looking towards a November release.


Originally scheduled for a launch on October 3rd in PAL territories (Australia included), the game will now be arriving on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 come November 21st, a quite large delay by any means. No word was given on why the delay was made only for last-gen consoles, but I'm going to presume some much needed T&C before shipping out to gamers.

PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users need not worry, as Warner Bros., announced alongside the past-gen delay that your versions are actually being pushed forward, to a new date of September 30th in both regions. This also means PC players will also be getting their version early, which was previously scheduled for October 2nd.



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