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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Preview – From Mordor To Mirkwood

A bit later, Gollum sneaks up on some Orcs. Since Gollum isn’t that strong, he must rely on stealth and wit to take down his enemies. He can use Gollum Sense, a similar stealth mechanic that can be found in games like Batman: Arkam and The Last of Us, that highlights enemies in the surrounding nearby area while greying out everything else. This can be vital for locating Orcs that may be hidden by trees or rocks, so they don’t surprise and overwhelm Gollum (and players) too quickly.

Since Gollum has a split personality with Sméagol, the two can bicker and argue from time to time. One can also give gameplay hints to the other, which is an interesting way to give players advice without breaking immersion. Gollum can sneak up and take down Orcs with the right amount of stealth and luck, but there are also creative ways that players can avoid battles altogether – or kill Orcs through other means. During The Lord of the Rings: Gollum preview, for example, Gollum tosses a small object to distract the Orcs and draw their attention. A moment later, Shelob is heard eating them and is spotted slinking away. Now, Gollum is free to continue on his journey without having to worry about sneaking around Orcs.

Later in the preview, Gollum is found swimming inside the Woodland Realm, having escaped from the Wood Elves but unable to find his way out. This is sometime after Aragorn and Gandalf have tracked Gollum down, and although Aragorn wasn’t shown in the preview, Gandalf and Thranduil (King of the Mirkwood Elves) are briefly shown near the end, teasing at the iconic characters and recognizable names that The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will feature. It’s unclear how much they’ll actually be in the game, however, as these were described as “cameos” by the developers.

The two main locations of the game were confirmed as Mirkwood and Mordor, and the environments of both look great in their own ways. Of course, each location will have expansive areas and as anyone who’s read the books will know, there’s a lot in both Mirkwood and Mordor for Gollum to possibly explore. During the Woodland Realm portion, Gollum is trying to find a possible friend – a new and original character that will help him escape but also teases the ways in which Lord of the Rings: Gollum will change canon – or at least move beyond it.

On the whole, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum looks like a promising action-adventure game that should appeal to LotR fans – especially those of the books, since the game adheres closely to Tolkien’s written works more than the Peter Jackson films or original stories like in the Middle-earth games. Gollum makes an interesting choice for protagonist, but players are able to relate to him through cutscenes that highlight his plight  and complexity as a character – like when Sméagol stops to admire a butterfly against the fiery backdrop of Mordor. From the preview, it looks as if there’s a lot to look forward to when The Lord of the Rings: Gollum releases on September 1, 2022.

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will be released for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on September 1, 2022. Screen Rant attended a preview event for the purpose of this article.


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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Preview – From Mordor To Mirkwood

A bit later, Gollum sneaks up on some Orcs. Since Gollum isn’t that strong, he must rely on stealth and wit to take down his enemies. He can use Gollum Sense, a similar stealth mechanic that can be found in games like Batman: Arkam and The Last of Us, that highlights enemies in the surrounding nearby area while greying out everything else. This can be vital for locating Orcs that may be hidden by trees or rocks, so they don’t surprise and overwhelm Gollum (and players) too quickly.
Since Gollum has a split personality with Sméagol, the two can bicker and argue from time to time. One can also give gameplay hints to the other, which is an interesting way to give players advice without breaking immersion. Gollum can sneak up and take down Orcs with the right amount of stealth and luck, but there are also creative ways that players can avoid battles altogether – or kill Orcs through other means. During The Lord of the Rings: Gollum preview, for example, Gollum tosses a small object to distract the Orcs and draw their attention. A moment later, Shelob is heard eating them and is spotted slinking away. Now, Gollum is free to continue on his journey without having to worry about sneaking around Orcs.

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Later in the preview, Gollum is found swimming inside the Woodland Realm, having escaped from the Wood Elves but unable to find his way out. This is sometime after Aragorn and Gandalf have tracked Gollum down, and although Aragorn wasn’t shown in the preview, Gandalf and Thranduil (King of the Mirkwood Elves) are briefly shown near the end, teasing at the iconic characters and recognizable names that The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will feature. It’s unclear how much they’ll actually be in the game, however, as these were described as “cameos” by the developers.

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The two main locations of the game were confirmed as Mirkwood and Mordor, and the environments of both look great in their own ways. Of course, each location will have expansive areas and as anyone who’s read the books will know, there’s a lot in both Mirkwood and Mordor for Gollum to possibly explore. During the Woodland Realm portion, Gollum is trying to find a possible friend – a new and original character that will help him escape but also teases the ways in which Lord of the Rings: Gollum will change canon – or at least move beyond it.
On the whole, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum looks like a promising action-adventure game that should appeal to LotR fans – especially those of the books, since the game adheres closely to Tolkien’s written works more than the Peter Jackson films or original stories like in the Middle-earth games. Gollum makes an interesting choice for protagonist, but players are able to relate to him through cutscenes that highlight his plight  and complexity as a character – like when Sméagol stops to admire a butterfly against the fiery backdrop of Mordor. From the preview, it looks as if there’s a lot to look forward to when The Lord of the Rings: Gollum releases on September 1, 2022.

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will be released for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on September 1, 2022. Screen Rant attended a preview event for the purpose of this article.

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Preview – From Mordor To Mirkwood

A bit later, Gollum sneaks up on some Orcs. Since Gollum isn’t that strong, he must rely on stealth and wit to take down his enemies. He can use Gollum Sense, a similar stealth mechanic that can be found in games like Batman: Arkam and The Last of Us, that highlights enemies in the surrounding nearby area while greying out everything else. This can be vital for locating Orcs that may be hidden by trees or rocks, so they don’t surprise and overwhelm Gollum (and players) too quickly.
Since Gollum has a split personality with Sméagol, the two can bicker and argue from time to time. One can also give gameplay hints to the other, which is an interesting way to give players advice without breaking immersion. Gollum can sneak up and take down Orcs with the right amount of stealth and luck, but there are also creative ways that players can avoid battles altogether – or kill Orcs through other means. During The Lord of the Rings: Gollum preview, for example, Gollum tosses a small object to distract the Orcs and draw their attention. A moment later, Shelob is heard eating them and is spotted slinking away. Now, Gollum is free to continue on his journey without having to worry about sneaking around Orcs.

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Later in the preview, Gollum is found swimming inside the Woodland Realm, having escaped from the Wood Elves but unable to find his way out. This is sometime after Aragorn and Gandalf have tracked Gollum down, and although Aragorn wasn’t shown in the preview, Gandalf and Thranduil (King of the Mirkwood Elves) are briefly shown near the end, teasing at the iconic characters and recognizable names that The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will feature. It’s unclear how much they’ll actually be in the game, however, as these were described as “cameos” by the developers.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

The two main locations of the game were confirmed as Mirkwood and Mordor, and the environments of both look great in their own ways. Of course, each location will have expansive areas and as anyone who’s read the books will know, there’s a lot in both Mirkwood and Mordor for Gollum to possibly explore. During the Woodland Realm portion, Gollum is trying to find a possible friend – a new and original character that will help him escape but also teases the ways in which Lord of the Rings: Gollum will change canon – or at least move beyond it.
On the whole, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum looks like a promising action-adventure game that should appeal to LotR fans – especially those of the books, since the game adheres closely to Tolkien’s written works more than the Peter Jackson films or original stories like in the Middle-earth games. Gollum makes an interesting choice for protagonist, but players are able to relate to him through cutscenes that highlight his plight  and complexity as a character – like when Sméagol stops to admire a butterfly against the fiery backdrop of Mordor. From the preview, it looks as if there’s a lot to look forward to when The Lord of the Rings: Gollum releases on September 1, 2022.

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will be released for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on September 1, 2022. Screen Rant attended a preview event for the purpose of this article.

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