Published: Thu, March 02, 2017
Research | By Jo Caldwell

Middle Earth: Shadow of War reveals its PC Specs

Middle Earth: Shadow of War reveals its PC Specs

Just shortly after game's official announcement, the system requirements for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War have now been officially released. According to the Shadow of War's Steam Page, it would help to come packing a GTX 970 and 16 GB worth of RAM to be able to play the game at its recommended settings. This will be the follow up game to Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and it looks like humankind is in trouble again as the Dark Lord Sauron gathers his strength and his mighty army to take over Mordor. Based on what we've been hearing off the rumor mill, it appears that Shadow of Mordor 2 may be announced some time next month and slated to arrive in September.

Meanwhile, Microsoft also released a statement confirming that the upcoming game will be an Xbox Play Anywhere title for both the Xbox One and Windows 10.

As seen above, the details read "Go behind enemy lines to forge your army, conquer Fortresses and dominate Mordor from within".

Developed by Monolith Productions, the open-world action-adventure game is brought to life once more through an expanded version of the award-winning Nemesis System. The game will be released on August 22 in North America and fans in Europe can get it by August 25. Called "Flowers", this elements will be considered characters in the game that defines the true meaning revenge, betrayal and loyalty. The game will also be available on Project Scorpio and on the PlayStation 4 Pro.

Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere is the most ambitious Cross Buy initiative yet, but so far, its reach has been a bit limited- since Microsoft games have largely been the only ones that have supported the service.

Coming first to the minimum requirements, which are bound to be of paramount importance to gamers with ageing computers, the Middle-Earth: Shadow of War will run on systems running Windows 7 SP1 with Platform Update for Windows 7 operating system or later.

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