Live-action TV spots for video games are becoming more common, and often add a fun, light-hearted element to upcoming games by bringing them to life. Like, why would I kill an army of Lieutenant Orsmer when they are so helpful? "In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, players now have entirely new ways to experience the dynamic world, with more choices and opportunities than ever before due to addition of Orc Followers.", the press release reads.
The first video, "Eat it, Jerry", follows the long running feud between Norûk and Jerry as they clash at different stages in Jerry's lifetime.
The second commercial, titled "Not Today, Brian " shows the opposite side, as the player and the orc save each other from certain death. In the segment, Brian graciously returns the favour as he saves Thrak while playing through Middle-earth: Shadow of War from the comfort of his couch at home, illustrating one of countless personal and unique stories that can be created through the expanded Nemesis System.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War Trailer Introduces the Feral Tribe
Bearing all of this in mind, it's quite likely that Middle-earth: Shadow of War has plenty more orc tribes yet to be unveiled, but Monolith and Warner Bros.
All Orcs in Middle-earth: Shadow of War are probably pretty menacing, but the Feral tribe in particular draws its strengths from the animals of the wild.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War will be released on Xbox One X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro and PC on the 10th October.
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