Here we go with then next tribe of Orcs to join the fight in Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War as we now have the Dark Tribe joining in the fun and slaying everyone for the Dark Lord. More or less we have a new assassin style of enemy here from Monolith Productions in the game and they look like they are coming with everything we would normally expect. That is of course unless we see something way out there for Shadow Of War as we head toward the release date. Something that has thankfully been set for October 10th for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC for a while now. I think it is safe to assume that won't change and give us something else way out there to look forward to. Well, more look out for as we all hate delays and I know I don't want to have to deal with one this close to launch here.
Like I mentioned, the Dark Tribe here for Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War are the assassins and rogues of the group. They look to deal a lot with the shadows and stealth. They also look to have "ninja bombs" that can be deployed to get out of a sticky situation in combat. At least that is how it all looks based on the trailer here as one of the tribe uses it to disappear and reappear behind their current enemy. That is how it looks to me but it could play different in the full version of Shadow Of War in the end. It is doubtful, but it is always something that could crop up as we work on the details that we have here in this new trailer. Have a look for yourself and be the judge though. That is why you are here is it not?
Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War — Dark Tribe
The Dark tribe, a group of Orcs who utilize stealth and assassination to dominate Mordor on behalf of the Lord of Mordor, whom they have a fanatical reverence for. In Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War, Orcs now belong to tribes, which extend their influence stemming from the Overlords ruling the mighty fortresses throughout the open world, providing a rich ecosystem of missions, exploration and a dynamic Orc society with diverse Orc cultures, all brought to life through the expanded Nemesis System. Adept at ambushes, double-crosses and battlefield trickery, the Dark tribe wields power beyond what their numbers would suggest, favoring treachery and betrayal to get the job done.
How do you feel about the new tribe here for Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War? Do you think it will be the bane of your gameplay or will it be one of the ones that you are always out to convert for their abilities? What other style of tribe do you think that Monolith Productions has lined up for us or do you think we will only get what we have been shown so far? Let us and the world know what you are thinking down in the comments and then discuss. For more on Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War though, be sure to keep checking in on the site as we will have everything you could want as we head toward the release date. Do not miss out on a single thing.