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“Eat it Jerry” Live Action Trailer for Shadow of War

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment knows they have a mega hit on their hands with Middle Earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to the well received Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor title which was released a few years ago. The PR for this game has been incredible, with new trailers being released multiple times a week, on an almost weekly basis. How can we possibly hype this game up even more? With another live action trailer, that is how! Check out the two new videos below!

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The light-hearted video, entitled “Eat It, Jerry,” depicts Norûk’s icy feud with his chief adversary, as he clashes with Jerry at different points throughout his life. The spot then culminates with showing how the long time feud started – reinstating the idea of how in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Nothing Will Be Forgotten.

The video, entitled “Not Today, Brian,” displays Thrak’s budding loyalty for his friend and ally, as he protects and saves Brian at different points throughout his life. The spot then culminates with showing how Thrak’s loyalty began– reinstating the idea of how in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Nothing will be Forgotten. 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.

From Warner Bros. PR:

Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the RingsMiddle-earth: Shadow of War is an open world action RPG that continues the original narrative of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Players will be engrossed in a richer, more personal and expansive world full of epic heroes and villains, iconic locations, original enemy types, more personalities and a new cast of characters with untold stories.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War will be available for Xbox One X, Xbox One, Windows 10 PC (Windows Store and Steam), PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro beginning October 10, 2017.

 

 

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