You Can Import Your Old Shadow Of Mordor Nemesis Into The Sequel
- Author: Kyle Warner Jul 08, 2017,
Jul 08, 2017, 0:30
Monolith finally revealed the goal behind last month's Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor's update, and it will help you carry over some things with you from Shadow of Mordor to the upcoming Shadow of War. Nemesis Forge lets you import your arch Nemesis, as well as Orc Follower and bring them into the upcoming Shadow of War. The open-world action-adventure game is brought to life through the expansion of the award-winning Nemesis System.
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Shadow of Mordor hit consoles in 2014, pitting players in the role of a ranger named Talion while fighting your way through legions of Orcs and Uruk-hai. However, for some reason, the Nemesis Forge is not available in Japan, but I digress. You can see more about the Nemesis Forge update in the trailer below.
Remember when Middle-earth: Shadow of War developer Monolith played coy when asked about the possibility of save imports from Shadow of Mordor? Will you be importing your Shadow of Mordor characters into Shadow of War? The update will automatically calculate who gave you the most grief in Mordor and who lent you their sword when the time really called, and assign each a spot in the sequel. The Steam version is on sale until July 10, the PS4 version until July 19, and the Xbox One version until July 17.