Guardians of Middle-Earth dated for PSN
- Posted October 8th, 2012 at 12:28 EDT by Mike Harradence
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Warner has pinned a December 4 release date on the PlayStation Network release of Guardians of Middle-Earth.
In addition, the fantasy-themed MOBA will receive a PlayStation 3-exclusive physical release in shops on December 7.
The digital version will set you back £11.99/$14.99, while the disc-based copy will cost £27.99/$29.99.
Furthermore, those of you who plump for the retail version will receive pre-paid, discounted to DLC, plus PSN vouchers equal in value to the full game and a Season Pass. Post-launch content will include maps, an additional gameplay mode and extra good/evil characters.
Tolkien fanatics will be pleased to learn that some of the extra characters will be featured in the forthcoming Peter Jackson epic The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which hits cinemas this December.
Guardians of Middle-Earth features a number of characters plucked from The Lord of the Rings series, including Gandalf and Sauron, with a strong emphasis placed on team play. Unlike other games in the genre, this Tolkien-inspired romp is tailored for home consoles to encourage a “cinematic” experience.
Stay tuned to PSU.com for more details.
- 12:37pm EDT - October 10th, 2012
I was wondering what happened to this game, last I saw anything on it was E3.
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