Since Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War has been out for a few weeks now; you know what time it is… Time to talk about all of the expansions and DLC to keep you glued to the game even long and well into May of next year. I guess this is why Monolith Productions has put together the upcoming Expansion Pass that can now be picked up by everyone out there for $39.99 or just as part of the Gold Edition of Shadow Of War some of you may have already picked up out there. That is the price of the full pass and as there will be four different packs in the past, you can pick up each for $14.99 as you wish. At least if the content is of the caliber you are looking for on your PS4, Xbox One, or PC.
Now that we know the price, here is what will be coming to Shadow Of War through this pass. Two more tribes of Orcs will be coming to mix things up with all of the fun that tribes have brought already. They are the Slaughter Tribe and Outlaw Tribe with one being all about brutal combat and use of flesh and bone to adorn their fortress the other being the outcast version of the Orcs respectfully. Both will be integrated into the Nemesis system from the start so it will bring even more of the insanity that all of that has caused so far. Also a few more Epic and Legendary Orcs to fight and bring into the light or send to their deaths.
Both tribes are different packs in the Pass, so there are two parts of the expansion for Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War. The other two are full story expansions that will expand on Eltariel and Baranor, each in their own expansion, and show some other sides of the overall war. Each will also include some new weapons to use as well as new beasts that will have shown up in the overall war that need to be handled. Hopefully, you have a clear schedule up until May of 2018 as each of these will be coming in a timely manner from now until then. Sadly no exact dates have been revealed as of yet but why would that be needed as Shadow Of War just launched not long ago.
Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War — Expansion Pass
Slaughter Tribe Nemesis Expansion
Outlaw Tribe Nemesis Expansion
Blade of Galadriel Story Expansion
Desolation of Mordor Story Expansion
How do you feel about all of these updates coming to Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War over time? Do you think that having the two tribes as stand-alone DLC is a good thing or just a way to grab more cash with only adding a small feature to the overall experience? Does the price point for all of this sit well with you or is it a bit on the high end for a few new tribes and a few new stories? Let us know all of your thoughts down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War as it comes, be sure to check in on the site here as often as possible. We will keep all of the updates coming.